Electronic Arts announced the latest drop of games added to its Origin Access PC subscription service including the recently released Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and more.
The bulk of the games added to the catalog for the November lineup were added yesterday, Nov. 21. Origin Access Premier members can now download fantasy adventure game Little Misfortune, a story about “an imaginative 8-year-old who seeks eternal happiness in this sweet and dark adventure.”
Meanwhile, Origin Access Basic subscribers can download and play strategy games Tropico 6 and Mutant Year Zero alongside RPG For the King, third-person action game SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption, and adventure game Tacoma.
EA’s storied racing franchise has been back with a new title, Need for Speed: Heat, which released earlier this month. The full game has been available for Premier members, while Basic members can try out the game with a 10-hour trial.
EA’s other game released this month, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, has also been available on the service since last week for Premier members, but there is no 10-hour trial for Basic members.
Origin Access Premier offers EA’s latest games and a deep catalog of PC games for $14.99 per month/$99.99 per year, while the Basic tier contains the catalog and trials of new games for $4.99 per month/$29.99 per year.