Elec­tron­ic Arts now has a new sub­scrip­tion for PC gamers, called Ori­gin Access Pre­mier. It’s sim­i­lar to Ori­gin Access now, but with a twist. 

Ori­gin Access Pre­mier will include all the ele­ments of Ori­gin Access, includ­ing:

  • access to The Vault, a library of games that just keeps grow­ing all the time. Play any games that have already been added, as much as you want.
  • the 10% dis­count in the Ori­gin Store on full games, pre-orders, expan­sions, FIFA points, and more

How­ev­er, Pre­mier mem­bers won’t be lim­it­ed to tri­als. They’ll have unlim­it­ed, full access to all of EA’s new PC games, at least five days ear­ly. This includes titles like Mad­den NFL 19, which has­n’t been on PC for over a decade, along with FIFA 19, Bat­tle­field V, and Anthem.

Here’s four upcom­ing EA titles, with ear­ly access dates:

  • Mad­den NFL 19: Aug. 2 (pub­lic launch: Aug. 10)
  • FIFA 19: Sept. 20 (pub­lic launch: Sept. 28)
  • Bat­tle­field 5: Oct. 11 (pub­lic launch: Oct. 19)
  • Anthem: Feb. 15, 2019 (pub­lic launch: Feb. 22, 2019)

Ori­gin Access Pre­mier is set to launch some­time dur­ing the sum­mer, this year. The cur­rent Ori­gin Access will be con­sid­ered Ori­gin Access Basic and any­one who wish­es to stay sub­sc­fibed will receive the same ben­e­fits. It will only change if you upgrade to Pre­mier ser­vices. 

Ori­gin Access Pre­mier will cost $14.99 a month, or $99.99 a year.