Electronic Arts has launched its new subscription tier for PC, Origin Access Premier

Electronic Arts has announced that players can sign up for Origin Access Premier, a new subscription tier for PC that offers full access to EA’s latest releases for the first time ever. Members will play the full game days before launch featuring valuable extra content including in-game currency, plus all the benefits of the Basic membership that features an ever-evolving library of games 100+ games in The Vault.

Michael Blank, Senior Vice President, Player Network, said:

“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. 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.”

Players can join Origin Access Premier now to start playing previously released EA titles on PC, including The Sims 4 (including Digital Deluxe content with Dine Out and Kids Room Stuff), Star Wars: Battlefront II, EA SPORTS FIFA 18, A Way Out, Unravel Two and Fe.

The following upcoming EA titles on PC will also be available for members to play any time, before anyone else:

  • 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)

For $14.99/month or $99.99/year, players will have full access to games as an Origin Access Premier member.

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