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Sonic Mania & Other SEGA Games Available on EA’s Origin Access Premier Now

Three Sega PC games will be added to Electronic Arts’ Origin Access Premier subscription service catalog. The first of them, Sonic Mania, is now available. Two other games, Two Point Hospital, and Endless Legend, will join it later on a specific date yet to be determined.

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Subscriptions to gaming services are now on the agenda, but one of the first multinationals that have invested in this sector is probably Electronic Arts. Origin Access Premier currently allows access to the latest news from the American company’s products, along with permission to play some titles produced by third parties. Today we are going to discuss precisely the latter case, given that Electronic Arts has announced the introduction of Sonic Mania and other SEGA games within its online store.

From today it is, therefore, possible to buy, at the price of £15/month or downloadable as part of the premium subscription service, the latest 2D episode dedicated to Sonic Mania.

In addition, the arrival of Two Point Hospital and Endless Legend is expected by the end of the year: both will be available separately from the digital store and part of the Origin Access Premier catalog. Unfortunately, the two companies have not released any release date for the last two titles mentioned except for the details given below, however, we expect more information in the future.

This summer, take on the role of hospital administrator in a light-hearted simulation game that requires you to design stunning hospitals, cure peculiar illnesses, and manage troublesome staff on your way to healthcare greatness in Two Point Hospital. Or, take a break from simulated life by visiting the doomed world of Auriga, which you must save by leading your civilization to glory in the 4x turn-based fantasy strategy, Endless Legend when it comes to Origin Access Premier later this year.

The knowledge of this collaboration between SEGA and Electronic Arts is certainly positive for players, who with a single subscription have the opportunity to access the PC catalog of two of the most important publishers in the sector.

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