Free PC Games: Origin Access Adds Four More Titles Today For Subscribers

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If you're an Origin Access subscriber on PC, you have more free games waiting for you right now. Four titles were added to The Vault today: Out of the Park Baseball 19, Lost Castle, Wasteland 2, and The Witness.

These non-EA games were announced for Origin Access earlier this month. They follow on from the six Batman games that were made available to Origin Access subscribers at the start of March. Note that these games are only available on Origin Access, not the Xbox One's equivalent service, EA Access.

Earlier this month, EA also announced that a "Lite" version of Bulletstorm is also coming to Origin Access, but it has not been added yet.

For more, check out GameSpot's roundup of all the free EA/Origin Access Vault games. In addition to free games (playable as long as your subscription is active), another benefit is that you can play upcoming EA games early, oftentimes five days ahead or longer. Subscriptions cost $5/month or $30/year, and you can cancel at any time.

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I sure like Wasteland 2, slowed in the middle main campaign but continued to enjoy it.

Not enough to use Origin though, I don't like nothing that much.

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Bulletstorm Lite was officially launched last night. Just FYI.

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When did EA Access become free? Oh, it didn't? So........ why are you calling these "free games" again?

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@datriax: its a paid for ad / 'news story'.. lol an Eddie Makuch news special.

never buy into the headline alone.

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EA execs could come over to my house and rub my balls while I play and they still wouldn't get a fucking dime from me.

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i wouldnt call them free if you have to pay a subscription, thats like saying psn plus or xbox live gold or netflix is free

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@johnny_pay: Exactly my thoughts.

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@johnny_pay: I think the purpose of this headline is to get people to click and comment about it. It has yet to fail.

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@tonyleo01: I was about to say the same thing. Even though it's not free 5 bucks a month to play the witness and all the games there is a fantastic value though.

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