On the heels of Unravel and Need for Speed both going live in the EA Origin Access vault, EA has announced a whopping eight more PC games headed to the service this summer.

While the only title to have a firm date is the previously announced Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2, coming to the vault August 30, the rest are listed as “coming soon.”

The other games are Crysis, Crysis 2, Crysis 3, Mini Metro, Plants vs. Zombies, Jade Empire, and Sim City 2000.

When the original Crysis released in 2007 it set a new standard for video game graphics. Open-ended first person shooters, the trilogy is built around letting players tackle situations in a variety of ways.

Meanwhile, Jade Empire is the forgotten BioWare gem from 2005, made between Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Mass Effect. Set in a mystical world inspired by Imperial China, Jade Empire packs in all of BioWare’s storytelling prowess, and delivers it alongside a healthy dose of martial arts.

Origin Access will also be offering multiple game trials in the coming months. First, a free trial for FIFA 17 kicks off September 22. A similar trial for Battlefield 1 will then follow on October 13.

There are now over 25 games available in EA’s Origin Access free games vault, including titles such as BioWare’s Mass Effect and Dragon Age games, as well as Sim City, the Dead Space trilogy, and Titanfall. The full range is available for a subscription fee of $4.99 a month. Along with the free titles, members also get a 10% off discount on Origin.

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