Electronic Arts have been bringing their games slowly on to Steam. As more and more of their games such as Dragon Age Inquisition, Need for Speed, Plants Versus Zombies, and more appear, users are left with a question. That question revolves around the need for an Origin account. Do you need an Origin account to
Last week, we saw hints that EA was working on blending parts of their expansive library of video games back into the dominant market that is Valve’s Steam. It’s been all but confirmed before now, but at least now EA has stepped forward to announce that the tease was in fact exactly what everyone thought
So those gamers that might be looking for a new loot shooter may be in look, as those paying into EA’s Origin Access will now be able to play BioWare’s troubled newest title, Anthem. This is good if you’re still in the mood to play the game, if the various problems haven’t sent you screaming back
The Origin service, digital distribution platform owned and operated by Electronic Arts, home to millions of accounts for gamers who want to play games like Battlefield, Apex Legends, Madden NFL, and FIFA. But with the release of a new exploit, there could have been serious trouble on the horizon, as any Origin user could have
A recent announcement from EA detailed changes on the way for users of it’s digital download service, Origin. The biggest change amounts to a renaming of accounts from Origin Accounts to EA Accounts. This is likely being done in advance of a rebranding or restructuring of the service that has been a long time coming.