EA wants you to trust it, PC gamers


'We are on a journey'

EA is on a mission.

"We are on a journey to regain the trust of the PC gamer,” said Peter O’Reilly, senior marketing director for Origin. 

“Over the last couple of years we have focused on ensuring a great play experience from launch and bringing players a better experience on Origin with programs like the Great Game Guarantee, On the House, and now Origin Access. We’re excited about the progress we’ve made, but are always pushing ourselves to innovate on behalf of players.”

Issues with PC versions of games like Battlefield 4 and SimCity have prompted the calls for that “better experience” O’Reilly is talking about, and prompted the introduction of Origin’s refund policy.

We recently reported that Origin Access launched in Europe, and that EA’s CEO is keen for you to know that the publisher is not just a “corporate beast”.

EA: We want to regain the trust of PC gamers [MCV]

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