Origin Access Premier service for PC will launch next week

Origin Access Premier service for PC will launch next week

Origin Access Premier is the tier above the already existing Origin Access that gave you access to a specified list of EA games at a $5 a month price or $30 for a year. Today the company confirmed that the program will begin next week. Unlike the 10-hour limit imposed for Basic users, Origin Access Premier will give you unlimited five-day early access to EA's biggest titles, including the upcoming Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, NFL 19, Battlefield V, and Anthem, reiterating what EA said at E3 2018.

Origin Access has been around for a while, giving subscribers access to a "vault" of games, with new releases typically being added to the £3.99 a month tier around 9 months after launch.

That's right, no more limited-time trials.

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Blockbuster AAA games like the newest Battlefield game or the extensively hyped Anthem will all become playable without any restrictions to subscribers of EA's Premier tier.

Thanks to Origin Access Premiere, EA's current fiscal year could end up planting the seeds for stronger long-term growth. Access will remain unlimited as long as you maintain your subscription, which is set to $14.99 per month. "This change won't affect any games players downloaded from the service prior to that date-those are theirs to keep forever", the rep said. But interestingly enough EA is taking a page from the GamePass playbook: before, Origin Access subscribers had to wait until EA rotated new games into the mix.

Do you intend to play EA's latest releases? On top of that, you'll also get "10% discount in the Origin Store on full games, pre-orders, expansions, Federation Internationale de Football Association points, and more". In fact, EA is offering a five-day head start for every single new title to those with a subscription. The company will likely update it as time goes on.

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