EA Steam Return Hint

A tweet from Electronic Arts adds fuel, or at least steam, to the recent indications that EA Games will be making a return to Steam (thanks DSOGaming). In a bygone time Electronic Arts games were sold on Steam, but that ended when EA launched Origin as their own online store back in 2011. The new tweet offers a visual hint at the return, showing an EA mug emitting wisps of steam. This seems like a pretty straightforward clue, though it could just mean that they really like coffee.
View : : :
3.
 
Re: EA Steam Return Hint
Oct 26, 2019, 13:36
3.
Re: EA Steam Return Hint Oct 26, 2019, 13:36
Oct 26, 2019, 13:36
 
Steele Johnson wrote on Oct 26, 2019, 13:26:
I love it when a shit publisher feels the pain of their greedy decisions. I hope they fizzle and die

What "pain"? EA has been going from revenue record to revenue record. If anything this is a sign of even MORE greed.

This news is missing the crucial info that EA might only be planning to bring back some of their retro back catalog to Steam (like Dragon Age 2) and not any new games.

If they would also bring new games to Steam they might as well kill off their Basic and Premier subs right now. The subscription vault or library would be completely devalued if the titles would not be exclusive to the subscription service.

I am actually surprised that they might even consider bringing back some classics. Old games or not so old... every single exclusive game adds a tiny bit to the value of the subscription. Why they would water down their own services like that I have no idea. Seems like a really dumb business decision to return to Steam for the few pennies these old games will generate while devaluing their subscriptions at the same time.
Date
Subject
Author
1.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
2.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
 3.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
 Re: EA Steam Return Hint
4.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
9.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
20.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
21.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
5.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
6.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
10.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
7.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
8.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
11.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
15.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
22.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
12.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
17.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
25.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
26.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
27.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
28.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
37.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
38.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
32.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
18.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
19.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
13.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
14.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
16.
Oct 26, 2019Oct 26 2019
23.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
29.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
24.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
30.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
31.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
33.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
34.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
36.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
35.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
39.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
40.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
41.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
42.
Oct 27, 2019Oct 27 2019
43.
Oct 28, 2019Oct 28 2019
44.
Oct 28, 2019Oct 28 2019
45.
Oct 28, 2019Oct 28 2019