Origin started a gaming service back in 2016. This was the Origin Access. Similar to the Xbox Gamepass, it allows users to access many EA titles with a membership. Something that is quite convenient. Origin then took it up a notch when at E3 2018, the company announced the Origin Access Premier. This was an additional service on the existing. What made it so attractive was the fact that it allowed users to access future EA titles in advance, adding a layer of exclusivity to it. News is already afloat that the upcoming Fifa 21 would be available to subscribers on October first, almost a month before the official release for the rest of the world.
This is not to say that the service is only about pre-releases and EA titles, it supports other games as well. With the increasing library at hand, the company dropped a tweet just moments ago.
The Surge 2 and The Sinking City drop into Origin Access Premier today! pic.twitter.com/apQzliTSDG
— Origin (@OriginInsider) July 2, 2020
According to the tweet, which is quite straight forward, the company is adding two new titles to its library. These are The Sinking City and The Surge 2.
The Sinking City came out about a year ago with a rating of 71 per cent on Metacritic. A horror fiction title, it was developed by Frogwares. The game would be available on the premier subscription service from today.
Secondly, we go to The Surge 2. Getting a good score of 7.6 out of 10 from IGN, the action role-playing game came out about 10 months ago. A sequel to the 2017 Surge, the game got critical acclaim for its dynamics and story.
If you are currently a subscriber and have been wanting to play these games, this is your lucky day. Starting today, players would be able to access both these titles and others.