Sonic Mania and other Sega PC games are joining EA's Origin Access Premier

Ring in the changes.

A trio of Sega PC games are headed to EA's premium PC subscription service Origin Access Premier - the first games from the publisher to do so.

Members of the pricier Premier tier can now play Sonic Mania as part of their subscription, with Two Point Hospital and Endless Legend due to arrive at a later date.

Premier is the more expensive £15/month or £90/year version of Origin Access that lets you play new and upcoming EA games for an unlimited time (whereas the basic Origin Access gives you a 10-hour trial). It also has a slightly expanded "vault" of classic games and indie titles from the basic £4/month or £20/year tier.

There's no suggestion these will also join EA Access, the console version of the subscription.

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