Electronic Arts now has its games back on Steam today. Many AAA games from the publisher are also for sale, with EA Access coming soon to the storefront.
Electronic Arts pushed for a new partnership with Valve October last year. This partnership was a way to have EA games to Steam and bringing some titles back too. Some of the titles started moving a fortnight later, with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order leading the way. Starting today, the publisher is putting more titles that players can access.
EA drops off 25 titles on discount for Steam
Action-adventure platformer Fe is also 50% off, together with 3D platformer Mirror’s Edge Catalyst. Other titles on sale include Crysis 3 for 67% off, NFS: Heat for 60% off, and Need For Speed at a 67% discount.
The most discounted major title is EA’s open-world racing videogame Burnout Paradise Remastered, selling for a 75% discount. For casual players, Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is at a solid 60% discount.
Some titles also came back to Steam on discount, so fans would need to browse. The extensive library includes PvsZ Game of the Year Edition, Mirror’s Edge, and the entire catalog of Crysis, and Peggle.
EA will push more games to Steam, including upcoming titles
Electronic Arts noted that the first wave of 25 games is coming to Steam and everywhere else. Even upcoming games are coming to Steam as well. The earliest include the much-awaited Command and Conquer Remastered this weekend.
Some more AAA titles coming to Steam include The Battlefield games for the June 11 wave. This wave will have at least Battlefield V and potentially other games like A Way Out.
Sims 4 is also coming a week after the Battlefield wave. Apex Legends will take its time to launch on Steam as it doesn’t need Origin to run. Other games missing, like Titanfall 2, Dead Space, Mass Effect, and Battlefront are likely to come within the year.
EA Access is coming summer 2020.
Electronic Arts is trying to go all out on the expansion of its library. With their games on Steam and EA Access, the video game publishing giant is looking at a good year.
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