If you've got EA or Origin Access, you'll get in-game items instead.
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order early access will not be available to subscribers of EA or Origin Access subscribers of any tier, EA has advised.
“Star Wars [Jedi Fallen Order] launches this week! [EA Access] members get 10% off the game,” a tweet from EA reads. “We’ve opted not to have early/timed access (Play First Trial), in part to reduce the risk of spoilers. Instead, EA Access members get… exclusive cosmetics!”
EA Access subscribers are upset as titles like the recent Need for Speed Heat have offered three days early access to Origin Access Premier members who bought the Deluxe Edition of the game alongside a 10-hour trial for those on EA Access via Xbox One. Some subscribers have gone as far to suggest EA and Respawn are limiting access to the game as it’s shorter than expected, or of poor quality.
That screams to me the game is barely 10 hours long and we don’t want to expose ourselves 😂😂😂
— Zarlith (@Zarlith1) November 11, 2019
But u wanted to spoil Anthem and NFS Heat and Battlefield 1 and 5 and Mass Effect Andromeda….nice excuse EA Access
— Dave (@hbk22x) November 11, 2019
Do you agree with the above statements? Why or why not?
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order has a confirmed embargo time of 4pm AEDT on 15 November, hours after the game is available in Australia.
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order heads to Windows PC via Origin and Steam, Xbox One and PS4 on 15 November; expect our review that same day.