Electronic Arts (EA) is continuing the process of putting up more of its games on Steam. This round, the publisher is putting up the Battlefield and Star Wars Battlefront series, alongside Mass Effect 3 and Andromeda.
Specifically, this batch sees the addition of Star Wars Battlefront and Battlefront II, Mass Effect 3 and Andromeda, and Battlefield 1, 3, 4, 5 and Hardline to Steam. Like the previous batch, these games are seeing price cuts ranging from 50% to 75% until 9 July. Naturally, DLC and addons for these games have also been added.
With these new games, the entire Mass Effect and Battlefield series are now available on Steam. If you have the older games but didn’t get these, then it’s a good opportunity to get them.
As mentioned, these games will be on sale until 9 July. Assuming this keeps up, there’s a chance that EA will be making more games available on Steam. Notable absentees for now Apex Legends, Titanfall 2, Anthem, and The Sims 4. There’s also the entirety of the EA Sports line as well, which seems the least likely to leave the publisher’s Origin launcher out of all the missing titles.