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Dragon Age Inquisition And Other EA Titles Now On Steam


At long last, EA has moved forward with their new partnership with Valve and have released a trove of games to Steam, as of 4th June 2020.

And, to make this news even sweeter, the games have all been released on sale!

Dragon Age Inquisition, Need For Speed and other EA Titles Now Available On Steam

So far, here is just some of what is available:

  • Dragon Age Inquisition – R 324.97 (was R 649.95)
  • Dragon Age 2 – R 174.97 (was R 349.95) (Dragon Age 2 DLC Bundle also available for purchase)
  • Crysis 3 – R 148.48 (was R 449.95)
  • Need for Speed: Heat – R 439.98 (was R 1 099.95)
  • Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville – R 319.98 (was 799.95)
  • Need for Speed: Rivals – R 174.97 (was R 349.95)
  • Need for Speed – R 148.48 (was R 449.95)
  • Unravel – R 174.97 (was R 349.95)
  • Unravel Two – R 174.97 (was R 349.95)
  • Sea of Solitude – R 174.97 (was R 349.95)
  • Fe – R 174.97 (was R 349.95)
  • Burnout: Paradise Remastered – R87.48 (was R 349.95)
  • Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst – R 174.97 (was R 349.95)

As well as these, a few other EA games which are not new to Steam, such as Plants vs. Zombies: GOTY Edition; Mirror’s Edge and the rest of the Crysis games are also available on sale.

EA also had announced that the EA Access subscription service will be coming to Steam this year – details as to how this will be implemented have not been revealed; but subscribers are promised access to a wide range of titles, old and new, as well as discounts on games and DLCs, season passes and pre-release access to new games.

Dragon Age Inquisition, Need For Speed and other EA Titles Now Available On Steam

According to EA, this is “the first wave of over 25 games coming to Steam” . There will be numerous titles developed for PC which will be available on steam, as well as other storefronts; starting with the Command and Conquer Remastered Collection; releasing 5th June 2020

“We want to make it easy to play the games you love, wherever you want to play. Delivering games to the Steam community is an important step in achieving this goal,” Strategic Growth senior vice president Mike Blank said. “Not only are we excited to have our games on Steam, but we look forward to bringing them even more value when our subscription becomes available in the Summer.”

These discounts are definitely a steal and it would be best to get in quick before the offers end!