EA's Origin Access Vault gets Warner Bros. games

Including Batman Arkham Oranges.

Origin Access' The Vault now has games from Warner Bros.

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Origin Access lets you pay Ł3.99 a month for unlimited access to a library of PC games. Warner is the first major publisher outside of EA to add games to Origin's Vault.

The Warner games now in the Vault are Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, Batman: Arkham Oranges, Lego Batman, Lego Batman 2 and Lego Batman 3.

In the coming weeks, more games will join the Vault, including The Witness, Out of the Park Baseball 19, Lost Castle, Bulletstorm - Lite and Wasteland 2.

Meanwhile, there's a seven-day trial for Origin Access available now until 26th March 2018.

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