E3 2018: EA Reveals Origin Access Premier And New Streaming Service

Angelica Greene
June 10, 2018

EA's Play conference at E3 2018 is well underway, with the company already showing off Battlefield V, Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, Unravel Two, Sea of Solitude, and Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order. It will be available this summer for $14.99 per month or $99.99 per year.

Origin Access Premier was announced during EA Play 2018 at E3 today.

Full access to Electronic Art's upcoming games. This is an evergreen game and there have been some new changes in the game that you might be interested in. Fans can also enjoy enhanced gameplay features that provide new and unrivaled ways to play starting September 20, 2018 for Origin Access Premier members. Battlefield V follows on October 11, while the new social Action-RPG Anthem isn't expected until February 15, 2019. Like the regular Origin membership, users can take 10% on other Origin digital purchases. Additionally, a Premier membership grants unlimited access to The Sims 4.

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"For the first time in a subscription, you're getting new games like Madden NFL 19, Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, Battlefield V and Anthem", Andrew Wilson, chief executive officer at the company, says of the subscription plan, "and full access to more than 100 games from EA and other publishers with a single membership".

It all sounds very similar to Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass, which offers access to many of that consoles' titles for $9.99/month.

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