Madden finally returns to the PC with this year's installment

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The premium service will also include access to the full Origin Vault of previously-released titles for subscribers, as with the base Origin Access service.

Electronic Arts announced Origin Access Premier, a subscription service for the PC platform which will include all major releases on the day they are released.

EA is offering gamers a new PC subscription gaming option, Origin Access Premier, with the promise of all of the company's newest titles for a single monthly payment. It sounds like a great deal if you're planning on picking these titles up anyway, and a viable option for users to save a little money on all the new games coming their way soon. Some games mentioned were Madden 19, Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, Battlefield V and Anthem.

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Millions of players have experienced the fun of playing more games through our subscription programs, and today we're taking another groundbreaking step with Origin Access Premier. In Origin Access Premier, this does not apply.

What's that mean? Origin Access Premier subscribers will get access to Madden NFL 19, which is making its PC comeback, as well as Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, Battlefield V, and Anthem when they come out. It also comes with perks for trying and buying new games. It costs $14.99 per month or $99.99 per year. It's an interesting experiment from EA, particularly when you consider the PC audience hasn't exactly been kind to its advances due to its games sporting consumer unfriendly DRM like Denuvo. People that pre-order the standard edition of the game will be able to play it starting August 10th.