With an extensive wealth and catalog of games, EA’s Origin service offers plenty for players to purchase and explore to feed their gaming habits, with the subscription service Origin Access now providing access to eight new titles free to subscribers, including one of the company’s marquee franchises.
EA has announced that Origin Access, a subscription service that provides Origin users on PC with access to free games, has added eight additional titles to its Vault, including the complete Mass Effect Trilogy, Trine and Trine 2, Peggle, Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, and Dungeons of Dredmor.
Like the EA Access service for Xbox One owners, Origin Access members receive the ability to play these titles and more through the “Vault” (including earlier entries like Dragon Age: Inquisition and This War of Mine), along with access to early trials of new releases, discounts on digital games/DLC, and more.
Subscriptions to the Origin Access service are set at $4.99/month, while EA Access members on Xbox One can get the same price monthly, or a yearly subscription for $29.99.
— Origin (@OriginInsider) May 25, 2016