EA wants you to have to more security on your Origin account, but they don't want you to not be rewarded for enabling it either.
During the month of October, Origin users will be able to enable the new two-factor authentication service which EA calls "Login Verification", and receive 1 month of free Origin Access Basic. If you are wondering what Origin Access Basic is, its a free ticket to be able to try out hundreds of different EA titles as well as 10-hour-long early access to upcoming titles.
Origin Access Basic is priced at $6.45 a month and this is a fantastic reason to give the service a shot if you didn't want to fork out your own money. For users that are already paying for Origin Access Basic and enable the new two-factor authentication, EA will simply not charge them for the month of November. Head on over to the Origin website here if you want to give it a try.
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