EA's gaming subscription service on PC, Origin Access, is slated to receive a slew of more games in November as is the case with every month. This time, the company announced it is bringing three more games as exclusive to the Premier tier, as well as five others that are also heading to the Basic tier.
Need for Speed Heat and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order are the big arrivals for Premier subscribers, incoming straight from EA's coffers even before their regular release dates. Basic subscribers do get a Play First Trial for Heat, but the single-player adventure Fallen Order doesn't seem to have a trial of any sort.
Here are all the incoming games and their arrival dates on the services:
Origin Access Premier
- Need for Speed Heat Deluxe Edition (November 5)
- Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (November 15)
- Little Misfortune (November 21)
Origin Access Basic and Premier (all on November 21)
- Tropico 6
- Mutant Year Zero
- SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption
- For the King
Origin Access Basic can be had for $4.99 per month while Premier costs $14.99 per month. Both subscriptions boast over 200 games on their vaults, but Premier also adds on unlimited access to all new EA games as well as hits from other publishers.
In October, EA offered a free month of Origin Access Basic to users who enable two-factor authentication on their accounts, and now these freebies should be rolling out. Moreover, with EA's planned return to Steam, it is also bringing over its EA Access subscription over to the platform. This is separate from Origin Access, only offering EA games much like the console variants, with the $4.99 per month pricing remaining intact.