Wake me up when there’s a Mass Effect trilogy remaster
Steam is taking a trip down memory lane with EA as a bunch of games – mostly older titles – have become available on the PC storefront after being tied down to EA’s own Origin. Brett told you about a dozen newly-added games including Dragon Age and Need for Speed titles, but there are more arrivals.
If you’re in the mood for old favorites like Battlefield 3 or 4, the now-pretty-good Star Wars Battlefront II, or Mass Effect 3 (don’t look at me – it’s one of Steam’s top-sellers right now!), you’re in luck.
- Battlefield 1 Revolution ($19.99)
- Battlefield 3 Premium Edition ($9.99)
- Battlefield 4 Premium Edition ($19.99)
- Battlefield Hardline Ultimate Edition ($9.99)
- Battlefield V Year 2 Edition ($24.99)
- Mass Effect 3 Digital Deluxe Edition ($14.99)
- Mass Effect Andromeda Deluxe Edition ($14.99)
- Star Wars Battlefront Ultimate Edition ($9.99)
- Star Wars Battlefront II: Celebration Edition ($19.99)
It might not look like it, but these are all at least half price. A couple are even 75 percent off.
With the exception of Battlefront II, which has really turned itself around, I think this mostly older lineup will be a tough sell at these prices for bargain-hunting Steam users. I can see people holding off.
The publisher said there will be “more information on games coming to Steam,” so there’s hope for you yet, Titanfall. On that note, the live-streamed EA Play event is scheduled for June 18, 2020.