EA has quite the lineup coming, in terms of new blockbuster games: Battlefield V, Anthem, FIFA 19, and plenty more are around the corner, to name a few. Picking up each game as it releases could be a bit of a pricey endeavor, so it’s good news that EA has announced its new Origin Access Premier option, a subscription service that allows players to nab brand new PC titles by playing a flat fee every month or an annual subscription.

Similar to the Origin Access program on PC, which gives subscribers the option to play through pre-release trials of upcoming games and access to the Vault, with over 100 full games available to play through, the Origin Access Premier program will have “all” of the company’s new PC games. Of course, that includes heavy-hitters like the aforementioned Anthem and Battlefield V, which subscribers will be able to play ahead of launch, without being limited to trials.

Once a game is added via the service, its entirety will be made open to paying customers for an unlimited amount of time. This means you could play through game after game not only ahead of others, but without having to buy it on your own, unless you just wanted a more permanent copy.

The service is launching this summer, and will run you $14.99 per month, or $99.99 per year. That’s pricier in comparison to the regular Origin Access service, which is $4.99 a month and $29.99 a year, but you also get a considerable amount of titles to play with all the new releases coming available. It sounds like a great deal if you’re planning on picking these titles up anyway, and a viable option for users to save a little money on all the new games coming their way soon. 

Source: Shacknews E3 2018: EA Announces Origin Access Premier, Subscription Service For Newest EA PC Games