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EA Access Comes to PC in the Form of Origin Access
If there was one thing that Xbox One has got that other gamers would like to have it is EA Access. If you have a PC then you are in luck as the service has made its way to the gaming platform in the form of Origin Access.
PC owners will know that the Electronic Arts service on PC is Origin, which isn’t as popular as Steam but if you want to play EA games you need to download it. Today they have revealed Origin Access, and it is now live.
On release it comes with 15 titles:
- Battlefield 4: Digital Deluxe
- Battlefield Hardline: Digital Deluxe
- Dragon Age Inquisition Digital Deluxe
- Battlefield 3
- Sim City
- FIFA 15
- Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare
- Need for Speed Rivals: Complete Edition
- Dead Space 3
- Dragon Age 2
- Dead Space 2
- Dragon Age: Origins: Ultimate Edition
- Dead Space
- Sims 3 Starter Pack
- The War of Mine
Along with these games is the announcement that Unravel will be available for a 10 hour trial of the first two levels from February 4. As with the Xbox One version of the service, there is also a 10% discount on all purchases made on Origin while you are subscribed to Access.
With EA Access providing early access to big games on the Xbox One, hopefully the PC will get the same treatment on Origin Access. With the reveal of the Unravel trial, this may be a sign that this is exactly what PC owners can expect from now on.
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