Dragon Age: Inquisition, Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, and more EA titles are now on Steam
Gamers have had to deal with the issue of wrestling with multiple game launchers for a while now. As Steam continues to dominate the market, other companies have come along as well. The entrance of the Epic Games Store has caused some stir. Older launchers like UPlay and Origin have had a lot of catching up to do.
Gematsu reports that Electronic Arts has released a bunch of their titles onto Steam for the first time. These EA titles include Burnout Paradise Remastered, Dragon Age: Inquisition, and Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst and more. Sadly, to access many online features in these games, you will still need to link an Origin account on Steam.
A lot of these games have also been handed discounts as well. With this launch, at least a dozen different EA titles have landed on Steam on sale. And with the Summer Sale coming soon on Steam, it’s a great time to pick up these games. Here’s the list:
- Burnout Paradise Remastered – $4.99 (from $19.99)
- Crysis 3 – $9.89 (from $29.99)
- Dragon Age II – $12.49 (from $24.99)
- Dragon Age: Inquisition – $19.99 (from $39.99)
- Fe – $9.99 (from $19.99)
- Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst – $9.99 (from $19.99)
- Need for Speed Rivals – $9.99 (from $19.99)
- Need for Speed – $9.89 (from $29.99)
- Need for Speed Heat – $27.99 (from $69.99)
- Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville – $19.99 (from $49.99)
- Sea of Solitude – $9.99 (from $19.99)
- Unravel – $9.99 (from $19.99)
- Unravel Two – $9.99 (from $19.99)
And this isn’t all. Steam and EA have also announced a partnership to bring EA Access to the platform. EA Access allows gamers to get unlimited access to various Electronic Arts games for one low price. Seeing the PC ports bundled into the console-focused service should help EA get some good favor back with gamers.
ISKMogul is a growing video game publication that got its start covering EVE Online, and has since expanded to cover a large number of topics and niches within the purview of gaming.