EA has officially unveiled their premier PC subscription service — known as Origin Access Premier — which offers a range of benefits from early access to a selection of existing titles.
“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,” said Michael Blank, Senior Vice President, Player Network, “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.”
Those who jump onboard now will not only be able to dip into EA’s sizeable library of games, but will get the opportunity to access upcoming titles before the general public. This includes Madden NFL 19 Hall of Fame Edition (August 2nd), FIFA 19 Ultimate Edition (September 20th), Battlefield V Deluxe Edition (October 11th) and Anthem Legion of Dawn Edition (February 15th, 2019).
The service will cost either $14.99 per month or $99.99 a year, and is available immediately. More details are available on the official Origin Access Premier website.
Where do you stand on this? Are you keen on getting early access and that deep EA backlog? Or is this just another attempt by the company to siphon the funds from your pockets? Let us know in the comments!