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Expanding the current Origin Access subscription program on PC which offered players access to an impressive Vault filled with classic and recent releases comes Origin Access Premierthat will add early and full access to all EA releases like FIFA 19, Battlefield V, and Anthem.

Launching in the next few months for $19.99/month or $129.99/year, in part it looks to be inspired by Microsoft's own Game Pass service which offers all first-party releases to subscription members. A move that propelled Game Pass to become one of the must have add-ons for Xbox One owners.



Origin Access Premier also includes access to the Vault which now houses over 100 PC games. Many of which are stone-cold classics. With EA ditching the Season Pass model for its individual games, this is the next logical step - continued support from fans of its games with access to everything.



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