EA Announces Origin Access Premier on PC; Coming Later This Summer

grubb [11:24 AM] EA brings cloud gaming and day-one games to its subscription service

grubb [11:24 AM] EA brings cloud gaming and day-one games to its subscription service

This'll include its biggest releases, like Battlefield 5, the newly announced Madden 19 on PC and BioWare's Anthem.

The service acts as an expanded option on top of the Origin Access service now available on PC, though Premier will provide players access to full versions of EA's upcoming new titles, in a similar capacity to Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass. That'll help keep your hard drive from getting too cluttered, or needing to set aside a night purely for downloading and installing EA's ever-more-massive games. This shares similar offerings to Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass, which provides access to over 100 titles and all future first-party releases on Xbox One. It will be available this summer for $14.99 per month or $99.99 per year.

So, how does EA Origin Access Premier (and yes, it really is that clunkily-worded, and yes, the lack of an "E" at the end of "premier" is definitely making my eye twitch a little) differ from the base version?

Additionally, joining Origin Access Premier will give players a whole new way to play with life through unlimited access to The Sims 4, including content from the Digital Deluxe Update, Dine Out Game Pack and Kids Room Stuff Pack. Origin Access Premier unlocks unprecedented levels of choice and value for players who love PC games.

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