EA’s Infinite Gaming Sale

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As to not be outdone by Steam’s usual summer sale, EA has jumped the gun by unveiling its “Infinite Gaming” Sale. By looking at the list just at the start, it’s not bad:

  • Star Wars Battlefront: $20
  • Battlefield 4: $5
  • Battlefield Hardline: $5
  • Dragon Age Inquisition GOTY: $20
  • Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2: $30
  • Witcher 3: $30
  • Crysis 3: $5
  • Mass Effect Trilogy: $15
  • Rollercoaster Tycoon 3 Platinum: $8

The list goes on and on, with digital deluxe editions being $5 more than prices listed above like with Garden Warfare 2. The only downside to all of this is that you have to download Origin, which can be a bit finicky at times, and with certain games like the first Dragon Age, it has some graphical workarounds you have to do in order to get it working. For some of the more recent titles, it’s kind of a welcoming surprise to see some more summer sale competition outside of Steam.

Source: Origin

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