EA has finally announced their PC counterpart to their EA Access service that’s currently available for Xbox One owners. Starting today, anyone with an Origin account will be able to use EA’s new Origin Access service. Starting off at a mere $4.99 a month, Origin Access will allow subscribers to not only get a 10% discount on every Origin Store game including DLC, purchasers of the subscription-based service will also be able to access a trial version of any game before it officially releases. The trials will be limited to around 10 hours of gameplay, and games currently confirmed for trial access are Unravel and Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2. If you decide to play a trial, you’ll receive full, unfiltered access to the game, unlike a demo version. In addition to this, any progress you make in a trial will carry over to the full game should you decide to purchase it.
Origin Access is currently only available in a few regions, North America and Europe being some of the supported regions. EA is steadily covering more regions, which will include the majority of Asia. If you’d like to know the full list of games that are currently available for Origin Access, check out the list below. Keep in mind that like EA Access, with Origin Access you’ll receive full access to each of these games should you choose to subscribe. Currently these are the only games available, but the list will grow very soon. EA is working hard to increase the amount of games players have access to in The Vault.
If you’d like to check Origin Access out, click the link below!
- Need for Speed Rivals: Complete Edition
- Battlefield Hardline: Digital Deluxe Edition
- Battlefield 4: Digital Deluxe Edition
- Battlefield 3
- Dead Space
- Dead Space 2
- Dead Space 3
- This War of Mine
- Sim City
- FIFA 15
- The Sims 3: Starter Pack
- Dragon Age Origins Ultimate Edition
- Dragon Age 2
- Dragon Age Inquisition: Digital Deluxe Edition
- Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
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EA Debuts Origin Access for PC Gamers
EA has finally announced their PC counterpart to their EA Access service that’s currently available for Xbox One owners. Starting today, anyone...