Eight more games added to Origin Access
EA has added eight new games to the Origin Access Vault for Basic and Premier subscribers.
From today, both Basic and Premier subscribers can download and play Dontnod Entertainment’s vampire action RPG Vampyr, the Gourmet Edition of Overcooked, adventure game Dear Esther, and more. While Premier subscribers gain access to Warhammer: Chaosbane’s Magnus Edition, which includes the Deluxe Pack and season pass.
A full list of newly added titles can be found below:
Basic and Premier
- Vampyr – One of the most member-requested titles. As a doctor and a newly-turned Vampyr, you can choose to save the people of London…or feed on them.
- Overcooked: Gourmet Edition – There’s never too many cooks in this kitchen. Team up with friends to manage the chaos and dish out orders.
- The Escapists – Smuggle stolen goods, start a riot, or dig a huge underground tunnel. How you escape is up to you.
- Mugsters – Only you have the tools to outrun (and outsmart) the aliens that have enslaved humanity in this physics-based action-puzzler.
- Yoku’s Island Express – Follow Yoku through Mokumana Island as he seeks to awaken an ancient deity in an open-world pinball adventure.
- Dear Esther – Wander onto a desolate island, and discover a purely story-driven experience about love, loss and redemption.
- Renowned Explorers: International Society – Launch historic expeditions around the world, find treasure and face unique conflicts along the way.
- Warhammer: Chaosbane Magnus Edition – Take on the Chaos hordes solo or recruit friends to wield magic and restore order to a war-ravaged world. Magnus Edition includes the Deluxe pack and the Season Pass.
An Origin Access subscription is priced at $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year, while a Premier subscription costs $14.99 a month or $99.99 for the year.
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