Sales are a big part of gamers lives, as they allow us to get games we’ve wanted at a much better price than they are when they usually first come out.
For EA, via their online site Origin, they’ve started a sale that includes may classic, modern, and high-profile titles. Such as you ask? Well, there’s Dragon Age: Inquisition, The Sims 4, FIFA 15, Titanfall, SimCity: Complete Edition: Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare DDX, Battlefield 4 Premium Edition, Need for Speed Rivals, Mass Effect, Battlefield 3, and the list goes on and on.
The sale itself will run through April 9th, with may of the games being discounted for up to 50% off. It’s curious that some of these games are getting such discounts. The main eye catcher is easily Dragon Age: Inquisition. Yes, it’s been out for a while, but it’s been getting a lot of Game Of The Year awards, and furthermore it just released it’s first downloadable content with Jaws of Hakkon. And yet it’s been marked down 50% to a measly $35. Is EA trying to boost sales of its Game of the Year title? Or is it trying to get more people into the game so that they’ll buy the new DLC? Time will tell I guess.
You can check out the full list of games available for the Origin sale here.
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