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EA looks closer to completely abandoning Origin on PC. In a recent announcement, the company stated they will be launching EA Access on Steam. EA Access is their version of a gaming subscription service like GamePass it has never been popular as EA had hoped. From the EA statement on the website, EA Access will Head to Steam sometime soon.
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Electronic Art has just launched 25+ titles in the first wave of the steam migration, most are already available on steam for a discounted rate. Players are able to get their hands on Dragon Age: Inquisition and Dragon Age 2, Need For Speed Heat, Plants vs Zombies, and a host of other games. Other benefits to the program are access to the EA vault of games, trials on upcoming games, and member-exclusive discounts. The EA announcement stated: “These games will also be available as part of an EA Access subscription on Steam that will launch to players later this summer. A library of titles awaits you in The Vault, but beyond the games themselves, EA Access enhances your gaming experience with a medley of rewards. Get the red-carpet treatment with exclusive catalog-wide discounts, and in-game member benefits for some of our biggest franchises.” ea steam More Information will be available on EA Play on at 4 pm pst on June 11th. Does EA Access interest you now that it’s on steam, not origin? Is EA Access worth it? What’s your favorite gaming subscription service? Let me know in the comments below and Stay tuned to Lv1 Gaming for more content!   <—Previous Article

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