Origin Access, the subscription based gaming service by Electronic Arts, has just taken a few steps towards sweetening the deal by adding four new games to the package.
These games are Cities Skylines, Darksiders Warmastered Edition, Orwell: Ignorance is Strength and Rime. With these four games added to Origin Access, the total number of games available with the service has now increased to a total of 114 titles.
Other games included with the service are Mass Effect: Andromeda, Star Wars Battlefront Ultimate Edition, Mad Max, Battlefield 4, Unravel, Crysis 3, The Sexy Brutale and the massively underrated Titanfall 2, which alone makes the service worth buying in my honest opinion.
One thing to keep in mind however is that this is not EA Access, which is a similar service available on the Xbox One. All of the games listed above, and the full 114 found here, are only available for the PC through EA’s own Origin platform.
I just thought I might distinguish between the two since I have seen people get confused about which service was which in the past.