Starting this summer, Origin Access Premier members can play new EA releases on PC before anyone else, including "Madden 19", "FIFA 19", "Battlefield V", and "Anthem". This functions the same as Xbox's Game Pass version that adds all first-party exclusives to the Game Pass for players to return to so long as they keep their subscription intact. It'll also include all the titles from the existent Origin Access tier.
Yo dawg, EA heard you like all-you-can-play games subscriptions. What this means is, you can play games like Anthem, Battlefield V, and Federation Internationale de Football Association 19 with no strings attached.
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10 percent discount in the Origin Store on full games, pre-orders, expansions, Federation Internationale de Football Association points, and more.
What's that mean? Origin Access Premier subscribers will get access to Madden NFL 19, which is making its PC comeback, as well as Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, Battlefield V, and Anthem when they come out. This means you could play through game after game not only ahead of others, but without having to buy it on your own, unless you just wanted a more permanent copy. Alternatively, there'll be the option to pay for a full year's access, priced at $99.99.
For those who have already been participating in EA's Origin program, you'll know that Origin Access contains a huge backlog of games in itself. It also features an attempt to broaden their reach by announcing a subscription platform for other studios and publishers that may not want to foot the bill for maintaining a subscription service like this.
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