Origin Access Premier PC Games Subscription Service Announced

WATCH Jalen Ramsey and Terrell Owens go 1-on-1 in new Madden 19 trailer

WATCH Jalen Ramsey and Terrell Owens go 1-on-1 in new Madden 19 trailer

This functions the same as Xbox's Game Pass version that adds all first-party exclusives to the Game Pass for players to return to so long as they keep their subscription intact. That's pricier in comparison to the regular Origin Access service, which is $4.99 a month and $29.99 a year, but you also get a considerable amount of titles to play with all the new releases coming available. Today at EA Play 2018, Electronic Arts executive vice president in charge of Worldwide Studios, Patrick Soderlund, announced the arrival of Origin Access Premiere. This is an evergreen game and there have been some new changes in the game that you might be interested in. Some games mentioned were Madden 19, Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, Battlefield V and Anthem.

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2017's Madden 18 also skipped Nintendo Switch, but another EA Sports game-FIFA 18-came to the hybrid console that year. This means you could play through game after game not only ahead of others, but without having to buy it on your own, unless you just wanted a more permanent copy. In India, Origin Access Premier price is Rs. 999 a month and Rs. 6,499 per year. Like the regular Origin membership, users can take 10% on other Origin digital purchases. Play the full game starting five days before launch without purchasing it separately, until you cancel your Premier membership. It's an interesting experiment from EA, particularly when you consider the PC audience hasn't exactly been kind to its advances due to its games sporting consumer unfriendly DRM like Denuvo.

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