Two years ago, EA launched EA Origin Access, a subscription program which gave PC players access to a large swath of EA's library for just $4.99 / £3.99 per month (or $29.99 / £19.99 when purchased in 12-month blocks).
That includes big draw AAA titles like Battlefield V and Anthem as well as EA Sports stalwarts like Madden NFL 19 and Federation Internationale de Football Association 19. If you already have Origin Access and enjoy getting access to EA's games ahead of time, but don't like the 10-hour limit. Are you looking forward to being able to stream your games from the cloud and play them on any device, anywhere you want? Federation Internationale de Football Association and Madden will be the first to arrive, with Anthem following the next year.
EA has announced a new streaming subscription service for its games. In Origin Access Premier, this does not apply. Well, aside from the one requiring you to use Origin Access Premier. By making use of this technology, EA managed to make the players on the field move and react to situations in a much more "lifelike" manner.
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This is not the first subscription based game streaming service, with PlayStation Now, which released in mid 2015, allowing for the streaming of PlayStation games. How's it going to feel for people jumping in on the official release date to find players with five days worth of higher tier gear waiting for them? Premier members can play the title on February 15th, 2019.
At the moment you can sign up to be notified when Origin Access Premier is available.
As you may expect, the title comes with a standard edition and a Hall of Fame edition featuring Terrell Owens.