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Three New Games Hit Origin Access Library

Origin has added more games to their PC subscription game service.

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EA's Origin Access has added three more games to the subscription service with Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus, AO Tennis 2, and Medal of Honor: Airborne.

The three games are split between the two-tiered system of Origin Access, with Premier and Basic subscription users having different levels of access to the Origin library of games. Medal of Honor will be available for Origin Access Basic subscribers, while Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus and AO Tennis 2 will be reserved for the Premier tier subscription users.

EA has been adding more games to the Origin Access library since the service launched, with EA offering some of their big titles like Battlefront II and Star Wars Jei: Fallen Order available to play on the service.

The Origin Access Basic tier is $4.99 a month, which comes with access to over 250 games, a 10% discount for the Origin Store, and access to trials for upcoming EA titles. The $14.99 Origin Access Premier tier includes the same perks, but with access to an even bigger array of games, including newly released EA titles, DLC, and expansions.

If you're looking to play some games for free during this quarantine, PlayStation is also giving away two free games to promote the public staying home. If you don’t have a PS4, there are also a bunch of free games from Epic and Steam for PC.

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