Earlier this month, EA made the surprise reveal that EA games are coming to Steam! With so many franchises under the Electronic Arts banner, this was a pretty big deal and gave a chance for certain series to have their reunion all under one storefront. Now, the publisher just revealed a few more games that have been added to that list, including the deluxe version of Mass Effect 3.
Need for Speed, Dragon Age, Crysis 3, and more have all been added previously, with even more on the way. As for the most recent titles to be included in Valve’s library, we’ve got a ton of Battlefield, two Mass Effect Deluxe Editions, and Star Wars goodness.
New EA Games On Steam
- Battlefield 1 Revolution Edition
- Battlefield 3 Premium Edition
- Battlefield 4 Premium Edition
- Battlefield 5 Year 2 Edition
- Battlefield Hardline Ultimate Edition
- Mass Effect 3: N7 Digital Deluxe Edition
- Mass Effect: Andromeda Deluxe Edition
- Star Wars: Battlefront 2: Celebration Edition
- Star Wars: Battlefront Ultimate Edition
We mentioned previously in our earlier coverage that the inclusion of the most recent Mass Effect and Dragon Age games was a huge deal. Both franchise saw a split of what was available outside of Origins and EA Access thanks to EA taking the reigns as the publisher, which meant that those that want to play on Steam would have to divvy up their time between platforms. Both are free to play, so that’s not the biggest deal, though can be seen as a bummer for those that love to rack up achievements as well as access to the Steam Workshop for mods.
PC-exclusive titles like APex Legends will also be making their way over onto Steam, which will increase the player-size immensely for those that absolutely refuse to download another client. More and more games are being added to this list, so don’t worry – Prima Games will keep this list updated.
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What do you think about the latest EA games making their way over onto Steam? Have you ever missed out on a gaming experience out of not wanting to go through EA Origins? Sound off with your thoughts over on Twitter @PrimaGames, we’d love to hear what you think and what you’d like to see next!