Six non-EA games have been added from Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, and more will arrive in the coming weeks.
EA would really love for you to use Origin for your PC gaming needs, which is why the publisher regularly offers games for free on the platform. But there’s another enticing proposition called Origin Access. It offers unlimited play on over 75 EA games for $4.99 a month or just $29 a year.
Until now, Origin Access has been limited to EA-only games, but this week the first non-EA games were added to the subscription service courtesy of Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment (WBIE).
There are six WBIE games now available on Origin Acces, including:
- Batman: Arkham Asylum
- Batman: Arkham City
- Batman: Arkham Origins
- Lego Batman
- Lego Batman 2
- Lego Batman 3
If that isn’t enough to tempt you, EA is promising to add the following titles in the coming weeks:
- The Witness
- Out of the Park Baseball 19
- Lost Castle
- Bulletstorm – Lite
- Wasteland 2
The games remain playable as long as your subscription is active, but you can also take advantage of a discount on the price of buying any of the games and retaining permanent access to them.
To help celebrate the first non-EA games being added to Origin Access, EA is offering non-members a seven day free trial with full access to the available games. At the end of the trial, the monthly or annual subscription fee will be charged automatically, but you can choose to cancel before payment is taken.