Origin Access Premier

EA launches subscription-based Origin Access Premier

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On Monday, Electronic Arts officially launched Origin Access Premier. Announced in June, the subscription-based service offers not only new and old EA games, but also early access to some up-and-coming heavy hitters.

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Early access appears to be the main conceit of Origin Access Premier. The company plans to release the below titles into your greedy mitts before any other players:

  • EA SPORTS Madden NFL 19 Hall of Fame Edition (August 2, 2018) 
  • EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Ultimate Edition (September 20, 2018)
  • Battlefield V Deluxe Edition (October 11, 2018)
  • Anthem Legion of Dawn Edition (February 15, 2019)

Admittedly, it is impressive how soon subscribers gain access to these major titles. For example, both Battlefield V and Anthem will be available to Origin Access Premier members about a week before their official release dates.

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“Origin Access Premier offers players a wealth of content, including all of EA’s PC games and numerous titles from other publishers in a single membership,” said Michael Blank, Senior Vice President, Player Network. “As our first-ever subscription service with full access to newly-released EA games, we’re offering players more freedom to play the games they want, anytime they want.”

The service is priced at $14.99 monthly, or $99.99 yearly. Microsoft offers a similar service, the Xbox Games Pass, for a comparable number of games. However at a more competitive price at $9.99 a month.

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