Electronic arts has begun add more games to Steam. After back to Valve’s PC games service in October, EA added Dragon Age: Inquisition, Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, and more on the Steam store today. The publisher plans to add even more of its games soon.
As part of the return of games to Steam, EA has also reduced the prices for its library. You can receive Dragon Age: Origins for $ 5 or Jade Empire: special edition for $ 3.74. Also on Steam today is a promotional image that claims EA Access be there soon. EA Access is the publisher’s subscription service, and it has already revealed that it brings it to Steam. But it looks like this version is imminent.
EA Access, of course, was one of the main reasons for Steam’s return to Steam. EA’s Netflix game is already available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Origin. But the company wants to develop its service on a larger platform on PC.
Another key aspect of the EA / Steam deal, however, is Apex Legends. And it’s one of the games that still misses a lot of action on Steam. While EA wanted to get EA Access on Steam, Valve was more interested in Apex Legends. This game is still coming, but EA is publishing more of its library in waves.
Other notable omissions include Battlefield V, Sims 4, and Titanfall 2. But these won’t take much longer. EA expects new waves of games on Steam in the coming days and weeks. Expect Battlefield games to arrive around EA Play time on June 11. The Sims 4 will arrive a week later.