EA's new subscription service Origin Access Premier announced at E3 2018

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Anthem, Battlefield V, Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, and Madden 19 were all confirmed for the service, with access to the standard Origin Access library also under the subscription. 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. For $4.99 a month - or $29.99 per year - it includes more than a hundred PC games, though they're not typically the very newest titles. In Origin Access Premier, this does not apply.

EA shared few details on the service and its capabilities, though hopes to distribute all "new PC games" through the service going forward.

Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson took the stage at EA Play 2018 to announce Origin Access Premier. 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". FIFA 19 is also scheduled to hit Switch, so it's a bit of a bummer for American football fans to see the Madden franchise skip the console two years in a row.

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10 percent discount in the Origin Store on full games, pre-orders, expansions, Federation Internationale de Football Association points, and more. It costs $14.99 per month or $99.99 per year.

Full, unlimited access to EA games, starting five days before they release. People that pre-order the standard edition of the game will be able to play it starting August 10th. The trailer above features games from publishers like Warner Bros. and also feature indie games like Inside and Abzu.

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