Origin Access gains Battlefront II, A Way Out, Tyranny and eight more games today

EA has brought in the big guns this holiday season to its PC subscription service Origin Access. The publisher announced today that 11 new games have arrived for the program, split between the Basic and Premier tiers.

From EA's own wares arrives the co-op hit from earlier this year A Way Out, and Star Wars Battlefront II from the DICE-developed reboot of the shooter series. The rest comes from various other publishers including Disney and THQ Nordic.

Here is the list of games available to regular Origin Access Basic as well as Premier subscribers right now:

Note that while the announcement post does not have Obsidian Entertainment's Tyranny listed, we see the RPG as available to subscribers through the client. However, this might mean that not all regions have access to the game.

And here are the three games that come exclusively to Origin Access Premier subscribers, all of them being relatively new releases:

Subscribing to the standard Origin Access subscription costs $4.99 per month, providing instant access to over 150 games in the Vault, a 10% discount on the store, and trials for upcoming EA games.

On the other hand, the Origin Access Premier subscription costs $14.99 and includes all of the perks of the basic tier. However, it also adds on complete access to brand new EA games even before they launch and - as seen above - other popular new titles.

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