Supergiant Games' Pyre and more Star Wars games join Origin Access

It is time for another injection of games for EA's Origin Access game subscription program on PC. This month has the company bringing in four more games to the already massive lineup of titles available in the service from various developers and publishers.

Today's new entries include Pyre from the acclaimed studio Supergiant Games, Chaos on Deponia, and two games from the Star Wars Jedi Knight series, which join the steadily growing pool of Star Wars games that have joined Origin Access in past months.

Here are the new arrivals for March 2019, available now for both Origin Access Basic and Premier members:

In addition to the games, Origin Access subscribers also have some bonuses waiting for them in several EA titles. These are Apex Legends, Anthem, and Madden NFL 2019, which all provide subscribers with perks such as premium microtransaction currency, cosmetics, and - in the case of NFL 19 - loot boxes.

Origin Access Basic subscription costs $4.99 per month and arrives with access to a wealth of games included in the Vault, in addition to a 10% discount on the Origin Store and trials to upcoming EA games. The $14.99 Premier subscription has all that, and also adds on unrestricted access to new EA titles such as Anthem and Battlefield V.

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