Earlier in the week, Electronic Arts (EA) added more games in its catalogue to Steam. Today, alongside the announcement of Star Wars: Squadrons, the publisher also added more games to the digital storefront. And this time, the list includes a number of the company’s heavy hitters.
Among the games that EA has made available on Steam include the likes of Titanfall 2 and The Sims 4. And in addition to these big titles, the publisher is also putting up Need For Speed: Most Wanted and Payback, as well as Dead Space 3 on the digital store front. Also available there now is A Way Out, EA’s prison break co-op game. Apex Legends will also be making its way there, but at an as of yet unannounced date.
As before, these games will also be part of the publisher’s ongoing discounts on Steam. These range from 50% to 75%, which makes it as good a time as any to complete your collection of any series. Incidentally, with the addition of Dead Space 3, you can have all three games of the series on the platform.
Now that EA has put its big hits on Steam, we can’t help but wonder what will be added next. Even the annual sports titles have already made their way there, although they still have the pre-purchase label attached to them.