A huge sale is underway on a number of digital PC games from EA, with prices tumbling across both Amazon and Origin.
If pushed to pick a standout deal of the lot, then I’d easily choose Star Wars Battlefront 2 for $4.49. Now, to say the shooter has had a difficult time of it would be putting things lightly. The conversation has focused more on the egregious microtransactions, loot boxes and a bumpy launch over anything else about the game – the effects of which still linger years after release.
However, if you’re a die-hard Star Wars fan and want to see what the single player campaign does for the series then this price point may just about draw you in.
The next game is a heck of a lot easier to recommend. It’s Titanfall 2 for $4.99. If the number of Apex Legends players barking about how good this Respawn shooter is hasn’t driven you to madness yet, then you should absolutely pick it up at this price. Seriously, they’re not wrong. An exquisite campaign, slick gunplay and giant robot pals all await you.
What else? Well, there’s Dragon Age: Inquisition for $7.99. It’s not exactly the high point of the series (that’ll be Origins, for me) but it’s still a vast and engrossing RPG once you get past the stodgy opening and avoid taking on every single side quest you wander into. You can also grab the Dragon Age: Inquisition – Game of the Year Edition for $15.99 to get all of the game’s DLC included, too.
Those are the best offers out there, though many other EA games are on sale and you can find them listed below:
- The Sims 4 for $7.99
- Mass Effect Andromeda for $7.99
- Battlefield 1 for $4.99
- Need for Speed Rivals for $4.99
You can also find all these prices and more over at Origin should you wish to buy from EA’s store directly.
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