Electronic Arts are about to launch the Origin Access Premier, a new subscription-based service for games on Windows PC from the Origin digital distribution platform by the publisher, the organization announced today at the event of EA Play 2018.
EA is already running the Origin Access on PC devices, which is same as the Access program of EA which is offered on the Xbox One by the publisher. The services offered to the subscribers gives them the ability to play the trails of the upcoming games before the release of the game, accessibility to the Vault, a collection of around 100 games incomplete version, and offering 10% discount on the purchasers from the Origin.
CEO, Andrew Wilson, EA, said, “However, Origin Access Premier, will offer all of our recent PC games.” This collection of games has the return of Madden NFL first in time in a decade, in addition to the FIFA 19 and Battlefield 5 and Anthem in 2019.
The facility will make the subscribers with the ability to play the games pre-release, but it is not just limited to the trials. As soon as the same goes live on the platform of Origin Access Premier, the complete version of the game will be accessible even before it launched publically, for any amount of time.
Here is a list of four upcoming EA games with the dates of their early access:
- FIFA 19: Access date Sept 20 and publically launch on Sept 28
- Madden NFL 19: Access date Aug 2 and publically launch on Aug 10
- Anthem: Access date Feb 15, 2019 and public launch on Feb 22, 2019
- Battlefield 5: Access date Oct 11 and public launch on Oct 19
EA said it is looking forward to launching its Origin Access Premier during this summer. The service will come with a subscription plan of $99.99 for a year and $14.99 for a month.