What you need to know
- Back in October 2019, EA stated that it was bringing EA Access and more games to Steam.
- Today, EA added a large number of its games to Steam that were previously unavailable on the platform.
- A new logo also says that EA Access is coming to Steam soon.
Update: June 4, 2020 Dragon Age 2 is now available on Steam, though multiple other EA titles have yet to be added.
Shortly before Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order released, Electronic Arts (EA) revealed that Respawn's Jedi adventure would be launching on Steam as well as Origin. EA also confirmed that other games would make their way over to Steam, as well as EA Access, a subscription service that gives users access to a vault of games, the ability to try games early and special discounts.
As noticed by @Wario64 on Twitter, EA has suddenly added a large portion of its catalog to Steam. Additionally, EA Access is coming to Steam soon. It's important to note that this isn't the complete lineup of EA titles — Dragon Age: Inquisition is here but not Dragon Age 2 or Dead Space 3.
Still, there's plenty of new stuff to go through, especially for those who have been holding off on playing EA games due to needing Origin. You can take a gander at the full list of available games right here.
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I have this on XBox. If I subscribe on XBox do I also get access to it on Steam?
I was wondering the same thing
Honestly, a great question. I don't know but I'm inclined to say no. Would love to be wrong!
No EA count's each platform individually
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