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EA will continue Battlefield franchise on Steam

EA will continue to release games on Steam in the coming months, including Battlefield 4, Battlefield 3, and the upcoming Battlefield: Fallen Order.

Fallen Order will also have a multiplayer mode as well as a new multiplayer mode for the game, according to a company press release. The Fallen Order, Battlefield 3, and Battlefield 4, all of which will be released on Steam in the near future along with some other titles.

Starting next month, you can purchase EA games on Steam through EA Access, which will be released next spring on Valve’s service. EA Access, but there will be a subscription fee of $10 per month for the company’s game subscription service when it launches. EA Access is the first of its kind in the gaming industry and the latest in a series of companies to introduce subscription services to games in recent years, such as Xbox One and PlayStation 4. 

EA has been offering a subscription service since 2014 that provides access to a long list of EA games as well as a wide range of other games. EA Access provides subscribers with access to the long-listed EA games and allows you to pay $4.99 per month to receive exclusive content from selected of the company’s games, including Battlefield 1, Battlefield 2, EA Sports 3 and Battlefield 4, among others. The service is currently offered by EA, which currently has more than 1.5 million subscribers in the US alone.

EA announced this in a blog post.

Fallen Order is coming to Steam is likely to be welcomed by Star Wars fans who have played the first two games of the series on the PC in recent years. Fallen Order, and it is a great addition to the list of games that can be played on PC.

In addition, EA’s Access service, which lets you preview new titles a few days before the actual release, will also land on Steam. EA Access, scheduled for next spring, means that all players in the ecosystem will be able to play the same game together. It’s unclear where EA will stay – its own stores like Origin, but Origin and Steam players will “be able to play together,” according to the company.

EA’s Origin Access has deleted some entries, however, and there is the phrase “shopping for older games.” You will receive a basic level that nevertheless includes Anthem and Battlefield V, as well as access to Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, and the upcoming Battlefield 5. 


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