Of course, there are far more questions than answers right now on EA's Origin Access Premier. This full access, plus the rest of the "Basic" benefits, will be active for as long as the subscription is active. More quietly, it also pulled the plug on Origin's "On the House" program, which provided free games to everyone-including non-Access subscribers-on an intermittent, time-limited basis.
EA is adding a new, premium tier to its PC monthly subscription service that adds all new EA games to the library you can access. Just remember that as with any subscription service, as soon as you unsubscribe, everything you've paid for will be gone.
Origin Access Premier, on the other hand, will offer a huge selection of EA's PC games, and subscribers will be able to download and play every new EA title five days before they are officially released. The games generally weren't EA's latest and greatest but free is free, and dated or not a lot of the games it offered were really quite good.
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Also on July 26, EA published a new support page explaining what people can expect from Origin Access Premier.
For those who are Origin Access members, nothing will change as your current membership will remain as the Basic membership.
During EA's call to investors yesterday discussing its Q1 2019 results, company CEO Andrew Wilson announced Origin Access Premier would launch next week on PC. It's a brand new tier on top of the current Origin Access program, featuring dozens of games from years past, like Federation Internationale de Football Association 17, Need for Speed Payback, and Battlefield 1, but Premier also includes access to new games at launch.