EA has announced a raft of new games heading to Origin Access in November. The list includes games for both Premier and Basic subscribers, all of which will be added to the service periodically leading up to November 21st. Here's what you can expect as a subscriber.
Origin Access - November 5th
Yesterday, EA added two versions of Need for Speed: Heat to Origin Access. If you're a Basic subscriber, you'll be able to play the game as a Play First Trial, which means you'll gain access to the full game for a few days until it's released on November 8th. Origin Access Premier subscribers get to enjoy the full Need for Speed: Heat Deluxe Edition game with no time limit.
Origin Access - November 15th
November 15th is all about Premier subscribers. If you're signed up to Origin's premium subscription tier on November 15th, you'll get to play Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order in full. Unfortunately, the game isn't available to Basic subscribers, so if you're looking to play Fallen Order at a much lower price than it retails for, you should probably grab a Premier subscription.
Origin Access - November 21st
The bulk of November's Origin Access titles are dropping on November 21st. Basic subscribers will receive tycoon game Tropico 6, tactical RPG Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, boss rush action RPG SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption, narrative adventure Tacoma, and roguelike tabletop game For the King. Premier subscribers will get all of these games plus dark adventure game Little Misfortune.
Here's a quick reminder of the games that were added to Origin Access last month:
- Apex Legends Season 3 Battle Pass (Premier)
- Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville Deluxe Edition (Premier)
- Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Ultimate Edition (Premier)
- Dead Cells
- Slay the Spire
- Shantae: Half-Genie Hero
- Home Behind
- Nex Machina
Origin Access is EA's subscription service for its PC digital distribution platform Origin. There are two tiers: Basic and Premier. Basic costs $3.99 a month and grants access to the Origin Vault as well as Play First Trials. Premier is more expensive at $14.99 a month and gives you full access to new EA games before they launch, as well as access to the Origin Vault. It will be coming to Steam at some point, along with EA games coming to Valve's mammoth again starting on November 15th with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
Any of these games look appealing to you? Are you already a subscriber? Let us know in the comments below!