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EA is now offering PC gamers a 7-day free Origin Access trial

EA is now offering PC gamers a 7-day free Origin Access trial

EA is now offering PC gamers with a 7-day free Origin Access trial

EA is now offering PC gamers a 7-day free Origin Access trial

 
EA is now offering PC gamers a 7-day free Origin Access trial, giving gamers access to free demos, games and a 10% discount in Origin. 

Using this free trial, gamers will be able to play EA titles like Star Wars Battlefront, Mirror Edge Catalyst, Mass Effect, Crysis and Dragon Age 1-3 for free, which is a great deal.  
 
This free trial can be started at any time, making this offer ideal for use during Mass Effect Andromeda's Early Access debut on March 16th, where subscribers will be able to play the game for a full 10 hours before the game launches. This will also allow gamers to purchase the game with a 10% discount if they decide to purchase the full title. 

  

EA is now offering PC gamers with a 7-day free Origin Access trial

 

EA Origin Access may be seen as a needless expense by many, though it does offer the change to new PC gamers to catch up on a library of older titles cheaply and can easily pay for itself if users take advantage of the 10% discount on the Origin store frequently.  

 

You can join the discussion on EA's Origin Access 7-day free trial on the OC3D Forums

 

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14-02-2017, 18:40:30

Dicehunter
£20 a year is a damn good price considering games get added every few months and they can be completed within a few days, Would cost a lot more to buy them separately.Quote

14-02-2017, 19:29:42

AlienALX
So I would get £5 off a £50 game I could buy on CDKEYs for £25. Yeah, makes total sense, where do I sign?

LOL this is just EA's way of trying to get you to pay more to pay more for their games.

/slow clap.Quote

14-02-2017, 19:42:46

King of Old Old School
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
£20 a year is a damn good price considering games get added every few months and they can be completed within a few days, Would cost a lot more to buy them separately.
I still don't think they will make much of a dent into Steam's market share.Quote
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