The Sims 4, FIFA 20, Need For Speed Heat and more reduced in EA’s digital sale

By James Pickard, Tuesday, 4 February 2020 17:05 GMT

From now until 6th February, a whole host of EA games on PC have been reduced by up to 75 per cent at many digital retailers.

The Sims 4 and its expansions have been given some of the most considerable discounts – with the base game dropping down by 75 per cent. A decent selection of the game’s expansion packs has also been included in the sale, though you won’t be the recently released Tiny Living Stuff Pack as part of them. No cheap cable knit jumpers and foldaway beds just yet, sadly!

Annoyingly, aside from The Sims 4, the other offers aren’t really worth getting too excited about. There’s a half-decent discount on Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville, but I don’t know if it’s low enough to convince you to pick it up if you were on the fence. As for last year’s entries in the world of sports sims, well, the NFL season is now over and there are only a few months of the footy left.  Still, there might be something in here you’ve been after!

The offers are live at Games Planet, as well as both Amazon in the UK and US. The former is offering some slightly better prices on the majority of the games. Wherever you’d prefer to buy from, you can find all the deals below. All the keys provided are for Origin.

The Sims 4:

Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville:

Need for Speed Heat: 

FIFA 20:

Madden 20:

The majority of these games are also available at reduced prices directly from the Origin Store, too, though some of the discounts aren’t quite as high as you see here.

There are always even more gaming offers over at Jelly Deals! Right now, we’ve got where you can find Final Fantasy 7 Remake for the best price, our picks for the best PS4 external hard drive and all the info you need about an Xbox Series X pre-order.

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