Origin Access Premier

Electronic Arts (EA) is launching its brand new subscription service, Origin Access Premier, on July 30. This service is specifically for Windows games on the PC.

As previously mentioned, Madden NFL 19 has bonuses available through pre-ordering and Origin Access Premier.

On Monday, existing Origin Access users will show as having ‘basic’ accounts, and will still receive everything that was originally paid for. The Premier version of the service allows you all basic account benefits, plus “full, unlimited access to our games, starting five days before they launch,” according to EA.

Origin Access Premier will include all new PC games from EA. Four dates have already been announced for upcoming games, and they are below.

  • Madden NFL 19: August 2, 2018
  • FIFA 19: September 20, 2018
  • Battlefield 5: October 11, 2018
  • Anthem: February 15, 2019
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A look at future games to be released on EA’s Origin Access Premier. Photo: Electronic Arts
Those wishing to upgrade their basic Origin Access account to Premier will have to pay a steep price. The basic version costs $4.99 per month or $29.99 per year, similar to EA Access on Xbox. Origin Access Premier, however, costs $14.99 per month or a whopping $99.99 per year.

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Brandt Frye
Frye is an experienced competitive player in multiple sports video games, including finishing 17th (NHL) and 33rd (Madden) in the 2012 EA Sports Challenge in New York City. He writes about both professional and fantasy sports for other news outlets, and has a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from Penn State University. Frye has written online for over five years, and is a lifelong, die-hard fan of sports teams that you definitely don't like.