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Electronic Arts is finally bringing their games to Steam, along with EA Access

By Tim Augustin - on 8 Jun 2020, 10:27am

Electronic Arts is finally bringing their games to Steam, along with EA Access

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Electronic Arts’ PC games are not exclusive to the Origin launcher anymore! The publisher has recently launched more than 25 games on Steam, with confirmation that more is on the way. 

A number of pretty great EA games are now available on Steam. If you’re into story-heavy RPGs, you might enjoy Bioware’s classic Dragon Age games. For gorgeous shooters, the Crysis games are now available to play. For nostalgia: Plants Vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville - which is surprisingly decent. You can find a full list of all the EA games now available on Steam here.

Over the weekend, EA released the Command & Conquer Remastered Collection on Steam, which should be a relief to PC gamers without Origin accounts. That means players will now have access to mods via Steam Workshop, as well. 

EA also confirmed that their subscription service EA Access will soon arrive on Steam, giving players full access to a library of games, free trials, discounts and more. Currently, the EA Access ‘Vault’ of games consists of many titles currently unavailable on Steam - such as The Sims 4, Battlefield V and Star Wars Battlefront 2. 

EA has promised that news on future Steam releases will come during its upcoming EA Play Live event on June 11.