Once again, those sales numbers are based on ea alone, not how much revenue they lost by losing Steam customers. We are talking about the largest gaming platform on the planet, afaik.
For example one of the big things they did that year was allow ME2 to stay but not the DLC. Secondly ea has a huge number of big selling games based on franchises which drove up their numbers. I basically baffled you don't realize or understand ea lost profit
by removing their games from Steam. Fee or no fee, and regardless of yearly sales numbers.
Att, I don't remember ea saying it was the Fees. It could have been just what stuck out to me. What I remember was it was Steam's patch/product rules that pissed ea off and caused them to leave.
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