EA PLAY, Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:EA) announced a new PC subscription tier, Origin Access Premier, that unlocks a new way to play. Starting this Winter, players can join Origin Access Premier to enjoy full access to new EA releases on PC before anyone else, including the upcoming launches of EA SPORTS Madden NFL 19, EA SPORTS FIFA 19, Battlefield V and Anthem.

“Millions of players have experienced the fun of playing more games through our subscription programs, and today we’re taking another groundbreaking step with Origin Access Premier,” said Electronic Arts’ Chief Executive Officer Andrew Wilson. “Origin Access Premier unlocks unprecedented levels of choice and value for players who love PC games. For the first time in a subscription, you’re getting new games like Madden NFL 19, FIFA 19, Battlefield V and Anthem, and full access to more than 100 games from EA and other publishers with a single membership. We’re thrilled to be opening up this new way for players to access great games, with the freedom to play what they want, whenever they want.”
Included in the Origin Access Premier membership is full access to EA’s upcoming highly-anticipated games on PC.

Members will also receive the benefits from the current Origin Access Basic membership that already includes an evolving library of 100+ games, including Battlefield 1Mad Max and the Batman: Arkham series, as well as newly added titles, including Need For Speed PaybackInsideThis Is The PoliceSurge and more. Along with a 10% discount on Origin purchases.

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.

To be among the first to hear more about Origin Access Premier and pre-register, go HERE.

For players who are not currently a member of Origin Access, sign-up for a free seven-day trial available now through June 17th, 2018 to download and play games from the Origin Access library.

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