If you’ve been wanting to play a Need for Speed trial on the PC before everyone else, here’s your chance to get ahead of the action.

Origin Access subscribers have the opportunity to get 10 hours of gameplay for their PC version launch. This ten hours accesses all the content from the game and will transfer any saved progress.

From EA:

“The Play First Trial gives members ten hours to experience Need for Speed. The ten-hour clock only ticks when the game is open, so if you want to conserve your time, make sure you close the game when you’re finished playing. If you head back to the streets once Need for Speed releases on March 15th all of the progress you make carries over.”

EA’s title on the PC seems to promise to pull out the stops including 4K resolution support and an unlocked framerate.

It’s fun to think of what a PC game brings when figuring in peripherals and other features. With all the possibilities, Need for Speed on PC seems to be the dream for any real fan of the series that wants a more immersive experience than consoles can provide.

Need for Speed on PC will be available March 15.

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Although having a long-standing relationship with “Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!” growing up, Dave’s true jam is NBA Street. He enjoys sports of any kind with the exception of soccer, but that is only because he is really bad at it unless it is PES. He can be reached on Twitter