Late last year, EA made its long-awaited return to Steam with the arrival of Star Wars: Fallen Order. The publisher's selection of titles has continued to swell on Valve's storefront since then, and today brings another batch of games, including The Sims 4 and Titanfall 2.
Those hoping to see some of EA's more recent offerings getting the Steam treatment, such as Respawn Entertainment's celebrated shooter Apex Legends, might be a little disappointed (UPDATE: You should no longer feel disappointed!) - the newest game of the bunch, co-op prison break adventure A Way out, released in 2018 - but it's still a decent list for those that prefer to dwell among Valve's charcoal grey chambers.
EA has been slowly introducing its titles to Steam in waves, with the last few weeks bringing the likes of Dragon Age 2 and Inquisition, Mirror's Edge Catalyst, Battlefield 1, Mass Effect: Andromeda, and more. As of today, it's also possible to purchase The Sims 4 (and its DLC), Titanfall 2, A Way Out, Need for Speed: Most Wanted and Payback, and Dead Space 3.
Notably, there are significant saving to be found on EA titles across the board right now, even including its latest Steam releases. The Sims 4, for example, is 50% off at £17.49, A Way Out is half-price at £12.49, as is Dead Space 3 at £8.99, and Need for Speed: Payback at £12.49. Titanfall 2 is 67% off at £8.24, and Most Wanted gets a 75% discount at £4.49.
As for EA's future Steam plans, the publisher hasn't yet said. However, it's EA Play livestream is primed and ready to run at midnight, 19th June, so perhaps more will be detailed then.