EA Access, a monthly subscription-based digital distribution platform that was formally only available on Xbox One, has now made its way to Origin on Windows PCs.
The company unveiled “Origin Access” earlier today, which is now available through the Origin store for $4.99 USD per month. The membership’s benefits include limited trials of upcoming EA games before they release and library of full EA games that are continuously added to “The Vault.” 15 games are currently available, including Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield 4, Battlefield 3, and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. Games in Origin Access aren’t only limited to EA titles only either. EA says third-party titles will also make an appearance in The Vault.
The service was originally offered to Xbox One users back in August 2014. Meanwhile, Sony says it felt that EA Access “does not bring the kind of value PlayStation customers have come to expect,” and so it remains unavailable on PlayStation 4.
Check out quirky announcement trailer above, guest-starring Bill Nye.