Some requirements have to be met for this
Scheduled for 11 November 2017, Need for Speed Payback is almost here, and some of us can even enjoy a hefty slice of gameplay a week before its launch.
If you’re registered to EA Access and Origin Access services, you’ll be able to play the first trial as soon as November 2nd, Electronic Arts announced. Unlike the free demo, in the first trial, you are given the full game and can start building up your career, as it will save your progress so that you can continue playing once you've made the purchase.
There are, of course, some limitations: the free trial offers up to ten hours of gameplay, and only first two chapters of the story are unlocked, for the rest you’ll have to buy the game. Alternately, you can wait for the game to be available in the Vault.
Origin Access (Windows, Mac) and EA Access (Xbox One) are gaming subscription services that let you play games available in their online library, in exchange for a monthly payment. Furthermore, you are given access to first trials, and discounts for games you want to purchase. Just as Play Station’s PS Plus service, the games you downloaded from the online library are playable for as long as you’ve paid the subscription.
Another way to play the Need for Speed before its official 10 November launch is to purchase the Deluxe Edition ($80) which gives you access to the game starting November 7th.