A competitor has entered. Electronic Arts has announced its Origin Access membership service is open for Windows PC owners this week.Here’s what EA is selling: For $4.99 per month, members get access to The Vault, limited-time early access to games before release (plus Origin saves the progress made in case you decide to buy), and 10% off anything in the Origin store.The Vault may be the most enticing part of this package, and if you’re familiar with EA Access on the Xbox One, Origin Access is like the PC equivalent. Otherwise, The Vault could be summed up as kind of a Netflix for games. All the games that live under The Vault banner are free to play (with a subscription). There are currently 15 titles available: Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4 Digital Deluxe, Battlefield Hardline, Dead Space, Dead Space 2, Dead Space 3, Dragon Age II, Dragon Age Inquisition Digital Deluxe, Dragon Age: Origins – Ultimate Edition, FIFA 15, Need for Speed Rivals, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, SimCity, The Sims 3 Starter Pack, and This War of Mine.EA has said that, like The Vault in Xbox One’s EA Access, The Vault in Origin Access will become a growing collection of full-version games. The company has also stated that it won’t just be including EA games into The Vault, but third-party games as well.For some time now, Steam has been the game supplier of choice for many PC owners. However, this latest offer may have some gamers reconsidering Origin. What do you think? Sound off in the comments below.