There is some good news for all PC and Steam players. Just as it promised last year, Electronic Arts started releasing several of its EA games on Valve’s store. Thanks to this, you will already find games like Dragon Age: Inquisition, Crysis 3, and several others.
Starting today, Steam users have the opportunity to purchase more Electronic Arts games in this store. The video games that made it to Steam are titles distributed by Electronic Arts that debuted somewhere in the past decade.
But what are the EA titles that are already available on Steam? We leave you the list below:
- Burnout Paradise Remastered
- Crysis 3
- Dragon Age: Inquisition
- Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
- Need for Speed
- Need for Speed Heat
- Need for Speed Rivals
- Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville
- Unravel 2
Also, the journalist at VentureBeat Jeff Grub said that these are not all the EA games that we will see on Steam. So, you should wait for more games from this distributor to reach on this platform.
There are also some important details and it is that Electronic Arts has more plans for Steam. In fact, it plans to launch EA Access on this platform. The interesting thing is that it looks like that it will not be long before we have the opportunity to subscribe to EA Access on Steam.
On the page of several Steam games, an advertisement appears saying that EA Access will arrive “soon” at the Valve store. The other news is that next week EA Play 2020 will take place and there will be some important information definitely shared.