EA, Origin Access for Unravel begins tomorrow
Begin the emotional adventure tomorrow on Xbox One and PC
Electronic Arts' physics-based puzzle-platformer Unravel doesn't release until next week, but those of you who are EA Access or Origin Access members will be able to download the trial starting tomorrow.
The trial will allow you a total of ten hours of gameplay; however, only the first levels are playable. EA estimates this will take "most players" around two hours to complete "without spoiling all of its surprises." If you want to search for secrets, it could take some extra time.
The ten-hour clock only ticks when the game is open, so make sure you close the game when you're finished playing. Should you decide to continue Yarny's adventure afterward, EA and Origin Access members will be able to save 10% when purchasing Unravel digitally on Xbox One or PC. And all of your progress will carry over.
As a reminder, EA Access is available for Xbox One, while the newly announced Origin Access is for PC. Both function the same way, however, allowing members unlimited access to a catalog of games in the ever-growing Vault. Members also receive discounts on digital purchases and, of course, early access to new upcoming games before they're released.
Unravel is set to release on February 9, 2016.