Origin Access Premier will be priced $14.99 per month or $99.99 per year, with users soon able to pre-register at the official Origin Access site. That has been a constant complaint by gamers, in fact, and something Electronic Arts has chose to address today. The company is also planning to launch a new version of its Origin Access subscription service on PC called Origin Access Premiere that will introduce games like Madden, FIFA, and more the same day they launch at retail.
In the meantime, players can try out the standard Origin Access for free this weekend.
Through Origin Access Premier, users will be able to enjoy full access to new Electronic Arts releases on PC before their official release dates, including Anthem, Battlefield V, Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, and Madden NFL 19. Battlefield V follows on October 11, while the new social Action-RPG Anthem isn't expected until February 15, 2019.
Members will also receive the benefits from the current Origin Access Basic membership that already includes an evolving library of 100+ games, including Battlefield 1, Mad Max and the Batman: Arkham series, as well as newly added titles, including Need For Speed Payback, Inside, This Is The Police, Surge and more.
No firm release date was provided for the service, though expect to hear more in the coming months.
In addition, Origin Access Premier subscribers will still get the 10-percent discount on any Origin purchase they make.
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