Electronic Arts Launches First Wave of EA Games on Steam

Yolanda Curtis
June 6, 2020

Electronic Arts and Valve have started a new phase in their relationship. EA has announced that it has begun launching the first wave of its classics on the Steam PC platform.

Update: Since publishing the original story EA has released an official statement on these games returning to Steam and the ability to subscribe to EA Access through Valve's gaming platform too. EA said the server will debut on Steam later this summer. "Not only are we excited to have our games on Steam, but we look forward to bringing them even more value when our subscription becomes available in the Summer". Either way, the third iteration of the Steam Game Festival will need to wait a bit longer.

EA Brings A Bunch More Games To Steam

The first Steam Game Festival overlapped with The Game Awards back in December, and showcased several indie titles like Skatebird, CARRION, and Moving Out.

"For more information on upcoming games bound for Steam, tune in to EA Play Live on EA.com at 4pm PST on June 11". It may also consider initial periods of Origin exclusivity for new titles that are associated with its most popular IPs.

Owning an EA Access Pass lets gamers try brand new Electronic Arts games before launch day, and also provides access to a vault of titles. HEXUS has covered the development of this remaster quite extensively, so it is good to see it become available.

All the above games will be available as part of an EA Access subscription on Steam that will launch to players later this summer.

It added that EA Access will not only give gamers a "library of titles", but will enhance gaming experience with a number of rewards.

EA Access itself doesn't seem to have changed much, despite the increased promotion on Steam.

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