Here are the new games coming to EA Access and Origin Access this month

EA has provided details on the games available now and coming to EA Access and Origin Access in September. Included this month is Anthem, FIFA 20 and Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville Founder’s Edition. Now that EA Access is available on PS4, PlayStation players can access the same great content as PC and Xbox One.

Anthem has been moved into the EA Access vault which means subscribers can play it for as long as they like. The game’s Cataclysm event will end soon though.

According to EA and BioWare;

A Cataclysm is a themed, season-long event that offers unique rewards and challenges for its duration, and leaves Bastion changed when it ends. What does that mean in terms of the specific changes it will bring to the game? This article will cover the most important ones, including:

  • Entering the Cataclysm, Arenas, and Freeplay
  • New In-Game Currency and War Chests
  • New Enemies and Rewards 
  • Scoring, Inversions, and Leaderboards
  • New Story Missions

EA Access

FIFA 20 will be added to EA and Origin Access on September 19, tomorrow. Origin Access Premier players will gain full access to FIFA 20 while the 10-hour Play First Trial will be unlocked for Origin Access Basic and EA Access subscribers.

The full list of games for September is;

Origin Access: PC

September 12

  • Anthem (Basic)
  • The Escapists 2
  • Ultimate Chicken Horse
  • Vambrace: Cold Soul
  • Yooka-Laylee

September 19

  • FIFA 20 (Premier)
  • FIFA 20 (Basic) 10-hr Play First Trial

EA Access: Xbox One and PS4

September 12


September 19

FIFA 20 10-hr Play First Trial

EA Access is available on PS4 and Xbox One for $6.95 AUD per month or $39.95 AUD for one year on PS4. On Xbox One, the costs are $6.99 AUD per month and $39.99 AUD for one year.

Purchasing a year is a 50% saving compared to buying per month. Subscribers also get a 10% discount when purchasing digital titles.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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