Electronic Arts’ Origin Access Will Now Include Warner Bros. Games
EA has announced that its monthly subscription-based platform Origin Access will begin admitting games published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
Today, Electronic Arts announced that it will now include games published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment into its Origin Access vault.
According to the press release, six Warner Brothers titles will be introduced into the vault starting today with more games being added in the coming weeks; this marks the first time Electronic Arts has admitted games published by other companies into its Origin Access platform.
Effective immediately, Origin Access members can now play the Batman Arkham and LEGO Batman trilogy. EA also revealed that the five additional titles on the way include The Witness, Out of the Park Baseball 19, Lost Castle, Bulletstorm – Lite, and Wasteland 2.
Additionally, if you are not subscribed to Origin Access, there is a free seven-day trial available until March 26. If you are unaware of Origin Access, it is a PC-exclusive gaming service. Similar to Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass, the platform offers subscribers unlimited access to an abundance of titles including the Dead Space trilogy as well as access to games from the Dragon Age and Mass Effect series. Additionally, Origin Access subscribers can play pre-release trials of upcoming games and receive a 10% discount on digital EA purchases with the cost of a subscription either $4.99 a month.
For more information on Origin Access, head on over to its official website.