Electronic Arts has announced new titles coming to Steam, such as the dawn of modern warfare in Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4 or World War I and II in Battlefield1 and Battlefield V respectively. Steam players will also be able to revisit Mass Effect 3 or access a new galaxy with Sara or Scott Ryder in Mass Effect Andromeda. Plus, they’ll also be able to embody great iconic Star Wars characters with Star Wars Battlefront and Star Wars Battlefront II.
The arrival of EA video games has been well received on the platform, with the launch of the Command & Conquer Remastered Collection which became the first video game on the Steam sales charts worldwide during the launch weekend.
Last weekend, five EA video games also reached the top 10 of Steam’s hit charts with their first wave of titles released on the platform, offering gamers the opportunity to explore the fantastic worlds of award-winning RPGs. from BioWare as Dragon Age: Inquisition and Dragon Age II or experience high-speed driving with Need for Speed Heat, Need for Speed: Rivals and Need for Speed (2016). Steam players will also be able to enjoy the wild, fun and extravagant Plants vs. shooter. Zombies: The Battle of Neighborville, or play a wide selection of the most daring and innovative video games from some EA indie development partners such as Unravel, Unravel II, Fe and Sea of Solitude.
This month, Electronic Arts offers more than 25 video games coming to the Steam platform that will also be available as part of the EA Access subscription on Steam and that will arrive later this summer. EA Access will enhance the gaming experience with a set of rewards and a library of great video games. In addition, they will have access to exclusive discounts throughout the catalog as well as benefits for members of some of our largest franchises.
Electronic Arts will discover more news about Steam during EA Play Live that will take place the morning of June 19