Respawn’s upcoming Titanfall sequel, Titanfall 2, is excluded from the benefits of EA/Origin Access. This was confirmed to GameReactor (via IGN) and the exclusion is also mentioned on the official EA Access FAQ.
What this means is that EA/Origin Access members won’t get to play Titanfall 2 early. Playing games five days early is one of the best benefits of the subscription service. EA/Origin Access members also save 10 percent on all EA digital content, but not for Titanfall 2, since it’s excluded from the program.
Respawn told GameReactor that Titanfall 2 could become part of EA/Origin Access in the future, but not at launch. There is no word on why Titanfall 2 is being excluded from the program, but we’ll bring you more news as it becomes available.
Another benefit of EA/Origin Access is that subscribers get access to an ever-growing, never-decreasing library of free games. The newest of these is Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2, which was added last week. Subscriptions go for $5/month or $30/year on Xbox One and $5/month only on PC.
EA Access is not offered on PS4.
For more on Titanfall 2, check out all of GameSpot’s previous coverage.