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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:40pm 28/10/19 | 2 Comments
Which is the natural conclusion to draw when EA tweets out a short clip of a coffee mug with an EA logo letting off some steam. Meaning that we could see EA titles make a return to Steam in the future, which would be a pretty big shift away from the publisher's Origin only approach to PC releases.

Where the company is also pushing its subscription-based Origin Access Premium or whatever it's called. Another reason this is a big deal because this dates all the way back to Battlefield 3 which launched exclusively via Origin - and we can vividly remember that being the very first time we fired up EA's launcher.

Now, this could all simply boil down to games becoming available in Steam and then launching Origin to load - but if it means titles like Mass Effect 3 come to the platform then we'll be happy.


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Posted 05:56pm 28/10/19
Unless it de-couples the games from the origin launcher, there is not much point IMO.
Posted 09:14am 29/10/19
If they're going to put their games on Steam it seems likely it will be the older ones that no longer move big numbers on Origin because their release hype has died down. And as Bladerunner said, it's pointless to buy them on Steam if it's going to require Origin anyway. I'd rather only have one launcher for a game if it's possible.
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