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EA Access is expanding from Xbox One to PC

EA Access is finally branching out from the Xbox One and will launch on the PC soon though under the slightly different name ‘Origin Access'. There will be 15 games in ‘The Vault' at launch for subscribers with more to be added over time.

Origin Access is a subscription service that will cost £3.99 per month but it will give you access to ‘The Vault' of games which will include extended trials of upcoming titles as well as new games six to nine months after release.

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Origin Access will come with 15 games to start off with including Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, the Dragon Age games, Sim City, The Sims 3, FIFA 15, the Dead Space trilogy, Need for Speed: Rivals, Plants VS Zombies and This War of Mine.

That's not a bad selection to start off with. It is missing a couple of the sports games available on console but it has some nice additions as well so the trade off seems decent enough. If you decide to buy any of EA's games, you will also get a 10% discount at all times.

KitGuru Says: I have actually really liked EA Access on the Xbox One so it will be interesting to see how the PC crowd responds to the service. The selection of games seems decent enough. What do you guys think of Origin Access on PC? Will you give it a go? 

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