On Thursday, Electronic Arts propelled more than 25 games on Steam. For years, numerous EA games were exclusively accessible on Windows PC through EA’s Origin launcher and storefront. This new drop is part of an activity from EA to permit players to encounter their games on multiple storefronts “wherever you want to play.”
As of this writing, players can buy and play BioWare’s Dragon Age games, the Crysis games, a few Need for Speed games, some indie games like Unravel, Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville and more. On June 5, EA will launch the new Command & Conquer Remastered Collection on Origin as well as Steam — which can use the Steam Workshop for mod help. EA will keep on propelling new games on both Origin and Steam at the same time.
Later this summer, Valve will likewise offer advantages for EA Access subscribers on Steam, for example, access to games, free preliminaries, discounts, and more. Players will get familiar with how EA intends to actualize EA Access through Steam later this year.
It’s striking that many of EA’s greatest games — Battlefield V, FIFA 20, The Sims 4, and Apex Legends — didn’t make it into the principal wave of Steam releases. It’s unclear when these games will come to Steam, however, EA guaranteed “more on the way” in its news release.
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