EA has announced a new streaming subscription service for its games. It won't serve as a backlog for games but will instead add all new PC games for free when they're released.
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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EA is offering gamers a new PC subscription gaming option, Origin Access Premier, with the promise of all of the company's newest titles for a single monthly payment.
Battlefield V which immerses players in unexpected battles and untold stories of World War 2 as never seen before starting October 11, 2018 for Origin Access Premier members.
Pre-registration for Origin Access Premier will open today, Electronic Arts says. Among those specifically singled out during the press conference were Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, BioWare's Anthem, and Madden NFL 19, which will mark the series' return to PC for the first time in more than a decade. The subscription plan itself won't actually start until this coming summer, however.