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[H]ardOCP: EA Announces Origin Access Premier

11 June 2018, 10:37 | Jodi Jackson

EA is high in the sky with cloud gaming and newly announced 'Origin Access Premiere'

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

Tonight EA announced a new subscription service for players on PC, and it's called Origin Access Premier. This is going to cost $14.99 per month of $99.99 fora full year.

Origin Access Premier will kick off its service with some heavy-hitters, starting with Madden NFL 19 (the first time in over a decade a Madden title has been on PC), then Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, and Battlefield 5. For gamers who want to play all new big blockbusters, this deal looks to be a good one, as it also offers access to those games a whole five days before official release. Play any games that have already been added, as much as you want. In India, Origin Access Premier price is Rs. 999 a month and Rs. 6,499 per year. Basic members will also get access to The Vault, a library of EA games. In each case this is by a week, but it's not entirely clear if this is the same thing as the 10 hour trials that regular subscribers get or the full game.

Will Origin Access Premier be for you?

One of the benefits of Origin Access Premier is an early unlock of these titles. EA has more than 300 million registered players around the world. The publisher also announced a separate streaming service but shared no additional details.

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.

That's right, no more limited-time trials. Play the full game starting five days before launch without purchasing it separately, until you cancel your Premier membership.

As you may expect, the title comes with a standard edition and a Hall of Fame edition featuring Terrell Owens.

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