EA’s Origin Access Premier Service Officially Launching


Electronic Arts' Origin service is the awkward middle child of PC game services.

Of course, to get such access it's not going to come cheap at all.

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The service will cost either $14.99 per month or $99.99 a year, and is available immediately. Origin Access Premier functions similarly to both of those services, but it has some perks that are unique to it. In addition to that, this also includes access to the deluxe and ultimates releases of EA games. We wouldn't be surprised to see other prominent video game companies to fo the streaming route and open up their libraries for a monthly or annual fee.

Game publisher EA next week will release its Origin Access Premier service. "Get new EA games first, access to a huge collection of games you can play whenever you want and a 10% discount on Origin digital purchases!" the main tagline for the site reads. Head over to the Origin Access website to subscribe.

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It's worth noting that, like with other subscription services, you'll lose access to all games if you decide to cancel the subscription.

Which for the first time offers players access to all of EA's latest releases at launch, or a few days early.

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Subscribers are also provided access to full games such as Battlefield 5, Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, Madden NFL 19, and Anthem at release or a few days prior. Access to EA's entire back catalogue is nothing to sneeze at, especially if there are a ton of games you've missed over the years. As an incentive, EA's throwing in deluxe editions of Star Wars Battle Front II, Sims 4, as well as A Way Out and Fe. TL;DR Games is based in Canada, and when we checked the price on the Canadian site, it's $19.99 per month and $129.99 per year.