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[PC] Origin Access 7 Day Trial

£0.00 @ Origin (EA Store)
I know it's only 7 days, but it is a limited time offer and might just be enough time to run through a couple of the games... The Banner Saga Battlefield 3 Battlefield 4 Battlefield Hardline Cr… Read More
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
I know it's only 7 days, but it is a limited time offer and might just be enough time to run through a couple of the games...

The Banner Saga
Battlefield 3
Battlefield 4
Battlefield Hardline
Crysis
Crysis 2
Crysis 3
Crusader: No Regret
Crusader: No Remorse
Dead Space
Dead Space 2
Dead Space 3
Dragon Age: Origins
Dragon Age 2
Dragon Age: Inquisition
Dungeons of Dredmore
FIFA 15
FIFA 16
Jade Empire
Mass Effect
Mass Effect 2
Mass Effect 3
Medal of Honor Allied Assault
Mini Metro
Mirror's Edge
Need For Speed
Need For Speed Rivals
Peggle
Plants vs. Zombies
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2
Sim City
Sim City 2000
The Sims 3
This War of Mine
Titanfall
Torchlight II
Trine
Trine 2: Complete Story
Unravel
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#2
I have EA Access on Xbox one and it looks like it's much better value on Xbox than PC.
#3
sparx1981
I have EA Access on Xbox one and it looks like it's much better value on Xbox than PC.


Why do you say that?
#4
imdurc
sparx1981
I have EA Access on Xbox one and it looks like it's much better value on Xbox than PC.
Why do you say that?
more sports games on EA Access
#5
Thanks Buzz..
#6
Not bad, not bad.
Would be nice if we could use this trial during a holiday :p
And it'd be cool to know exactly when this offer ends too (_;)

Edited By: Thebobwil on Feb 15, 2017 17:41
2 Likes #7
They seriously need to merge xbox one access and pc access.
#8
Might have to, just for mini metro :D
#9
MadonnaProject
They seriously need to merge xbox one access and pc access.

Seconded, this would be far more useful to me than a stingy 7 day free trial. I know free is free but really could they have made it much shorter? Well 24 hours I guess, but considering the standard for free trials is generally 14 or even 28 days it seems a bit tight fisted, but I guess this is the mighty EA afterall.

That aside, I like EA access and as Origin Access is effectively the same thing for PC I don't have a problem with that either, just cannot think of one good reason, aside from corporate greed, that a subscription for one, doesn't grant access to the other one....
[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #10
ST3123
MadonnaProject
They seriously need to merge xbox one access and pc access.
Seconded, this would be far more useful to me than a stingy 7 day free trial. I know free is free but really could they have made it much shorter? Well 24 hours I guess, but considering the standard for free trials is generally 14 or even 28 days it seems a bit tight fisted, but I guess this is the mighty EA afterall.
That aside, I like EA access and as Origin Access is effectively the same thing for PC I don't have a problem with that either, just cannot think of one good reason, aside from corporate greed, that a subscription for one, doesn't grant access to the other one....

It's 74 games over two platforms for £39.98 a year (the price of a new release). I think 'corporate greed' is a tad overkill :)
3 Likes #11
I think it's SUPER important to tell people that you must sign-up for this (yes, including payment gubbins) to get your 7 FREE days...

You can cancel before the end - yada yada - but you have to hand-over a payment method (card or PayPal) to get into this - kinda should mention that upfront here I think??

Edited By: therealjohnpeat on Feb 15, 2017 21:46
#12
BuzzDuraband
ST3123
MadonnaProject
They seriously need to merge xbox one access and pc access.
Seconded, this would be far more useful to me than a stingy 7 day free trial. I know free is free but really could they have made it much shorter? Well 24 hours I guess, but considering the standard for free trials is generally 14 or even 28 days it seems a bit tight fisted, but I guess this is the mighty EA afterall.
That aside, I like EA access and as Origin Access is effectively the same thing for PC I don't have a problem with that either, just cannot think of one good reason, aside from corporate greed, that a subscription for one, doesn't grant access to the other one....
It's 74 games over two platforms for £39.98 a year (the price of a new release). I think 'corporate greed' is a tad overkill :)

Most of the games aren't unique to either platform though. The number specific to PC/Xbox One is probably a handful at most making it poor value to have both so you have to pick one or the other, which is a shame for those that own both. I'd say the Xbox One EA Access has the edge with slightly more games and generally possible to get discounts on the sub through using different regions and in sales. However, as I upgrade my PC it would be nice to be able to enjoy some of my 'access' games in higher settings/resolution than the Xbox One's 900-1080P but can't because EA don't merge the sub.

Not saying it's bad value in general. It's great value for one platform just sucks that they are both treated as completely separate entities and having one grants you no benefit with regards to the other, I'd consider Origin Access at say 50% off for having EA Access but there is nothing of that kind available, seems EA miss a trick there not rewarding existing customers but again they are big and wealthy enough not to be bothered I guess...

Edited By: ST3123 on Feb 15, 2017 21:56
[HUKD Deal Editor]#13
ST3123
BuzzDuraband
ST3123
MadonnaProject
They seriously need to merge xbox one access and pc access.
Seconded, this would be far more useful to me than a stingy 7 day free trial. I know free is free but really could they have made it much shorter? Well 24 hours I guess, but considering the standard for free trials is generally 14 or even 28 days it seems a bit tight fisted, but I guess this is the mighty EA afterall.
That aside, I like EA access and as Origin Access is effectively the same thing for PC I don't have a problem with that either, just cannot think of one good reason, aside from corporate greed, that a subscription for one, doesn't grant access to the other one....
It's 74 games over two platforms for £39.98 a year (the price of a new release). I think 'corporate greed' is a tad overkill :)
Most of the games aren't unique to either platform though. The number specific to PC/Xbox One is probably a handful at most making it poor value to have both so you have to pick one or the other, which is a shame for those that own both. I'd say the Xbox One EA Access has the edge with slightly more games and generally possible to get discounts on the sub through using different regions and in sales. However, as I upgrade my PC it would be nice to be able to enjoy some of my 'access' games in higher settings/resolution than the Xbox One's 900-1080P but can't because EA don't merge the sub.
Not saying it's bad value in general. It's great value for one platform just sucks that they are both treated as completely separate entities and having one grants you no benefit with regards to the other, I'd consider Origin Access at say 50% off for having EA Access but there is nothing of that kind available, seems EA miss a trick there not rewarding existing customers but again they are big and wealthy enough not to be bothered I guess...

Although I do appreciate what you're saying, and it's a valid point. I personally think, that if you make use of the service it's a bargain at £50 a year.

As we've previously discussed, I very rarely use EA Access at the moment, if at all. But it's arguably the best subscription service available for gamers, and a total cost over two platforms of just under £40, it's hard to knock it in anyway.
#14
Has anyone played NFS or NFS Rivals from that list ?
1 Like #15
You can cancel instantly, so you will not be charged, or you will not forget to cancel it.
#16
No FIFA 17? lol
#17
I have - I actually bought them a while ago. Both are pretty good.
#18
anyone else have trouble with the origin app 90% of the time i use it i get a well that didn't go as planned message. i literally cant do anything, http://i67.tinypic.com/ip5hfm.png
#19
Is the trial expired? Can't find it.

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