Origin Access Adding More Non-EA Games, Including Six Batman Titles
The Origin Access Vault is growing.
Games from video game giant Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment are now available on Origin Access, Electronic Arts announced today. Six titles from the company have arrived, including Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, and Batman: Arkham Origins. Additionally, Lego Batman 1-3 are joining the "Vault" of free games.
Warner Bros. represents the first "major" publisher to bring its games to the Origin Access Vault. However, they are not the first non-EA games there, as Origin Access already offers titles like Orwell, This War of Mine, Trine, and others, though they come from small publishers.
Coming to Origin Access further down the road are other non-EA games such as The Witness, Wasteland 2, Lost Castle, and a "Lite" version of Bulletstorm. The EA-published baseball management game Out of the Park Baseball 19 is also coming soon.
None of these games were announced for EA Access, which is the Xbox One version of the service.
Additionally, EA announced today that it will offer a seven-day Origin Access trial now through March 26. The trial allows you to play all the Vault games and take advantage of subscriber discounts.
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.
New Origin Access Games:
- Batman: Arkham Asylum
- Batman: Arkham City
- Batman: Arkham Origins
- Lego Batman
- Lego Batman 2
- Lego Batman 3
- The Witness
- Out of the Park Baseball 19
- Lost Castle
- Bulletstorm – Lite
- Wasteland 2