Electronic Arts he announced it last year: the exclusivity period on Origin ends for a series of games in its catalog, also quite recent. After Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, another 13 EA games are now purchasable and playable through Steam.
These are Dragon Age Inquisition, Dragon Age 2, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Burnout Paradise Remastered, Unravel, Unravel 2, Fe, Sea of Solitude, Need for Speed, Need for Speed Rivals, Need for Speed Heat, Plants vs . Zombies: The Battle of Neighborville and Crysis 3. All of these games can now be purchased with one 50% off%.
Games like Apex Legends, Battlefront II, Battlefield V or The Sims 4 are not yet available on Steam, but in the past EA has announced similar plans for them too. The titles that focus heavily on multiplayer, in fact, will see the transition from Origin to Steam a few months later compared to the first wave. In all cases the cross-play between Origin and Steam, so that you can find yourself in the same game sessions regardless of the client used.
Although no specific date has been given, EA Access will also be available on Steam soon. By paying for a subscription, you can access trial versions of recent titles and at no additional cost to a selection of older titles in full version. Origin Access Premiere, or the higher level service, also offers access from day one to the latest games but, while EA Access has been available on other platforms, including Xbox One and PlayStation 4, the Premiere version of EA Access remains an exclusive by Origin.