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Dead Space 3, Titanfall 2, The Sims 4 & more are now available on Steam

Following its previous releases on Steam, Electronic Arts has just released a new set of games on Valve’s distribution service. As we can see, Dead Space 3, Titanfall 2, The Sims 4 are finally available on Steam.

Going into more details, PC gamers can now find on Steam Dead Space 3, Titanfall 2 and The Sims 4. This basically means that all the Dead Space games are available on this digital store. However, the first Titanfall, as well as the two first parts in The Sims are not available on it.

Alongside the aforementioned titles, you can also find Need for Speed Most Wanted, Need for Speed Payback and A Way Out.

You can find all of EA’s games that are currently available on Steam here. As you may have guessed, all of these games come with some cool discounts. Also, all of them require an EA account, otherwise you won’t be able to play them.

It will be interesting to see whether there will be a significant player boost for Titanfall 2. After all, a lot of PC gamers were asking for Titanfall 2 on the PC. For what it’s worth, the game is currently one of the Top Sellers on Steam.

My guess is that all future EA games will come out on Steam alongside Origin. Earlier this week, EA revealed that Madden NFL 21 will release simultaneously on Steam and Origin. Furthermore, Star Wars Squadrons will release on all three major stores (Steam, Origin and Epic Games Store)!

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