Thursday, February 22nd 2018

EA Publisher Sale on Origin and Amazon with Discounts Up to 75%

Electronic Arts is currently running a big sale on Origin and Amazon that you simply cannot miss out on. There's an excellent selection of titles that includes Battlefield 1, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Mass Effect: Andromeda, Star Wars: Battlefront II, Titanfall 2, and many others. The good news is that the discounts also extend to several DLCs and game bundles. It's worth taking a look even if you're not a big fan of Origin. The EA Publisher Sale runs through until Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 10 am Pacific time. As is the custom, we've highlighted some of the more interesting offers.
EA Games on Origin
Battlefield 1 Revolution - $19.99 (67% Off)
Dragon Age: Inquisition - $3.24 (75% Off)
Mirror's Edge Catalyst - $4.99 (50% Off)
Need for Speed Payback - $23.99 (60% Off)
Star Wars: Battlefront II - $23.99 (60% Off)

EA Games on Amazon
Battlefield 1 - $9.99
FIFA 18 - $19.99 (67% Off)
Mass Effect: Andromeda - $9.99 (75% Off)
Titanfall 2 - $4.99 (75% Off)

EA Game Bundles on Origin
Battlefield 1 & Titanfall 2 Ultimate Bundle - $26.66 (67% Off)
Crysis Trilogy - $8.49 (75% Off)
Mass Effect Trilogy - $6.74 (75% Off) Source: Origin
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24 Comments on EA Publisher Sale on Origin and Amazon with Discounts Up to 75%

#1
Vayra86
As far as I can see, they still haven't managed to make the Mass Effect trilogy a feature complete package, since they still advertise 'Bioware points' to get DLC...

Ridiculous
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#2
Divide Overflow
Buying EA games only contributes to the existence of EA.
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#3
CrAsHnBuRnXp
"Divide Overflow said:
Buying EA games only contributes to the existence of EA.
It's not going anywhere. Get used to it.
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#4
dinmaster
at first i was all for cheap games but the ones like bf1 or starwars etc were still $75cad and half of that is too much money....
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#5
Totally
Buying Titanfall and bf1(or deluxe) from Amazon separately is a better deal than buying bundle, $15($25) vs $28. Who thought that one up.

*Things were pointed out, made corrections, still cheaper though.
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#7
bangboy90
"Totally said:
Buying Titanfall and bf1 from Amazon separately is a better deal than buying bundle, $15 vs $27. Who thought that one up.
true, but you don't get the expansions ...
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#8
mouacyk
Have to rebuy them in ms store after the take over?
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#9
TheOne
Debating on whether or not to buy Andromeda Deluxe for $12.50.

"Vayra86 said:
As far as I can see, they still haven't managed to make the Mass Effect trilogy a feature complete package, since they still advertise 'Bioware points' to get DLC...

Ridiculous
They did finally create DLC bundles for all the old Bioware games in December, but ME2's is $25 and ME3's is $30, they are on sale right now, but only 20% off so $20 and $24.
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#10
Patriot
BF1 custom servers still dont allow for kicking and the game had day 0 hacks.
Battlefront II still has the potential to get looty and pay to win at a later date...

They keep making bad decisions year after year, why reward them buy buying the games...
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#11
hat
Enthusiast
I guess they're trying to stop the bleeding. Get more players with a good sale and hopefully they'll buy more microshit.
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#12
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Very disappointed with BF1, weapon balance is still horrible and some of the maps are nothing but a clusterf**k. earlier Battlefield games are much better.

BF1 is losing a load of players and the amount of people that play tends to spike when theres a big update for the game. People log on to get the update, play for a while then never come back.

There are twice as many players playing it on the PS4 compared to on PC. Its not that great of a game.
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#13
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
I'm seeing $12.49 for Crysis Trilogy. That's mighty tempting...


Edit: OMG, I looked at it through Origin because I'm always logged in and it says they're either owned or "Unable to retrieve price" so I literally can't buy anything through Origin. Good job EA, good job!

Edit: Bought it through the website which worked fine.
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#14
HimymCZe
US only
still not DRM-free
HARD PASS
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#15
kn00tcn
hope T2 has usable player counts for at least a few years, T1 still has enough for a couple full lobbies

"dinmaster said:
at first i was all for cheap games but the ones like bf1 or starwars etc were still $75cad and half of that is too much money....
no they arent? unless you're talking about amazon.ca, but digital games arent sold there

bf1 $12.x on origin, t2/mec $6.5 on origin, etc

EA on pc usually has mostly fair currency converted prices, in fact some games are USD:CAD 1:1 so they're cheaper here, some of these are on steam

guess i'd better get t2 on this sale, as i got t1 from a uplay price glitch a year ago that reduced the sale price by a couple more dollars
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#16
Mindweaver
Moderato®™
I bought Titanfall 2 last night. I'm really debating on buying BF1 just for the single player. Does anyone know if the single player is any good? I played the beta multiplayer and it was okay at best. It just feels like Dice has dropped the ball after BF3.. Well maybe BF4, but out of the two I like BF3 maps. Oh and maybe Battlefront 2, but at the rate I'll get to play it.. It will probably be on sale for 4.99. I'm really caught up in Fallout 4 VR, and enjoying it.

I haven't really played any pancake games since I bought my Vive. hehe

EDIT: I put Battlefield 2.. lol I wish we could get another Battlefield 2 like game from dice..
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#17
TheinsanegamerN
There's an excellent selection of titles that includes Battlefield 1, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Mass Effect: Andromeda, Star Wars: Battlefront II, Titanfall 2, and many others.

"excellent" eh? Somebody drinking the IGN juice again?

BF1 is a good game, if a bit bland, but the rest are either forgettable garbage or....newer garbage. Full of microtransactions, rushed buggy games, and lootboxes.

"CrAsHnBuRnXp said:
It's not going anywhere. Get used to it.
I will not get "used to it". No publisher or company lasts forever. EA, if it continues to screw up, will eventually fall. If all they make are lootbox RNG games, they will loose any draw they currently have due to nostalgia, and sales plummet.

And if they lose star wars, their bottom line will truly suffer. They are a publicly traded company, after all, and a single consumer shift away from EA would ruin them.

I dont have to accept horrible business practices, because I am not a sheep.
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#18
CrAsHnBuRnXp
"TheinsanegamerN said:
I dont have to accept horrible business practices, because I am not a sheep.
No one said you had to accept horrible business practices. But so long as they keep making games people want then the greater majority of sheep will flock.
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#19
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
"TheinsanegamerN said:
BF1 is a good game, if a bit bland, but the rest are either forgettable garbage or....newer garbage. Full of microtransactions, rushed buggy games, and lootboxes.
Forgettable garbage? You must have been under a rock for the last year. Titanfall 2 was probably the best game EA has released in a decade (despite them quietly releasing it). It was one of the better games period, regardless of publisher.

The gameplay and combat mechanics are some of the best in gaming. The single player campaign, despite being 7 to 8 or 9 hours long was engaging and fun. They pretty much got everything right in the game. Players and reviewers agree on this.

I can only conclude by your statement you only played BF1 and have just thrown a generic brush over all the others based on hearsay, without actually deciding for yourself if any, all or none were decent.
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#20
nickbaldwin86
Everyone should pick up Titan Fall 2 and get online!!!! It is a GREAT game and has few playing anymore :(
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#21
progste
Nope, not even at 99% discount.
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#22
Readlight
Nobody needs there 5-20 fps games.
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#23
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
I enjoyed Crysis 3. Tempted to buy Titanfall 2 for the campaign.
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#24
nickbaldwin86
"FordGT90Concept said:
I enjoyed Crysis 3. Tempted to buy Titanfall 2 for the campaign.
Crysis 3 was great... I just got done playing both 2 and 3 and liked them. I have owned them for years and just got around to playing them.

Titanfall 2 is WORTH the campaign alone, it was literally the best single play game I have played in a long time, the puzzles were loads of fun and the game had new ideas that were VERY refreshing.

I happen to love the MP and cant stop playing it, because it is on sale there are tons of people playing again, which is great and hopefully the servers stay loaded for a while longer so I can keep enjoying it.
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