EA Origin Player Appreciation Sale upto 80% off
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EA Origin Player Appreciation Sale upto 80% off

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Edited by:"Guardsmon"Found 24th Aug 2017
EA Origin seems to be offering some pretty good prices on existing and future games;

Battlefield 1 Premium pass - £23.99
Titanfall 2 - £12.49
Mass Effect Andromeda £17.49
Sims 4 - £17.49
RIME - £19.99
Ghost Recon - £26.66
For Honor - £26.66
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Surprised this isn't already listed - added a few more - please just delete it if it has
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Or get Origin Access if you want BF1, TF2 or the Sims 4
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Or get Origin Access if you want BF1, TF2 or the Sims 4
Good price for TF2 but as Johnthehuman said, Origin Access is very good for BF1 & TF2!
Origin access is subsciption btw, doesnt let you keep the games afterwards
J_Ly0815 m ago

Origin access is subsciption btw, doesnt let you keep the games afterwards

But at £20 a year an absolute bargain for the content given.

10 hours free play of new releases and you get to play them before general release.

Free games normally 6-12 months after release.
The big deal for that sale was posted a few days ago, battlefront ultimate edition for 4quid
Might finally bite for Mass Effect Andromeda at that price, even if it does make me angry.
justGIBBS18 m ago

Might finally bite for Mass Effect Andromeda at that price, even if it …Might finally bite for Mass Effect Andromeda at that price, even if it does make me angry.


If you can hang on, it'll probably be £5 in the Christmas Steam sale...
Icedream21 m ago

The big deal for that sale was posted a few days ago, battlefront ultimate …The big deal for that sale was posted a few days ago, battlefront ultimate edition for 4quid


This a decent game?
H0THEAD8 m ago

This a decent game?


It a bit hollow for a EA shooter but if you are a SW fan is a must.
commenter1447 m ago

If you can hang on, it'll probably be £5 in the Christmas Steam sale...


Mass Effect Andromeda will never be anything on Steam. EA have not released an ME game on Steam since ME2.

Its EA Origin or nothing.
I'd feel more appreciated by EA/Bioware if they did not completely butcher one of my favourite game series by releasing the piece of crap called Andromeda. Good prices on some good games on here though.
Ev0lution1 h, 34 m ago

Mass Effect Andromeda will never be anything on Steam. EA have not …Mass Effect Andromeda will never be anything on Steam. EA have not released an ME game on Steam since ME2. Its EA Origin or nothing.


Fine then, the Origin Christmas sale. If it isn't on Origin Access by then...
Edited by: "commenter14" 24th Aug 2017
Op, heat added. I hope you do not mind if I seek some help here.

I like games such as Doom (2016), CoD, etc. and I have heard a lot of positive stuff about Titanfall (2015). Is it worth buying? I think it will cost about £15, but I have been disappointed by some PR-promoted/falsely boosted games previously. Can someone in the know please advise how good Titanfall is and where should I buy it from?

Thanks in advance.
shoomshoom17 m ago

Op, heat added. I hope you do not mind if I seek some help here.I like …Op, heat added. I hope you do not mind if I seek some help here.I like games such as Doom (2016), CoD, etc. and I have heard a lot of positive stuff about Titanfall (2015). Is it worth buying? I think it will cost about £15, but I have been disappointed by some PR-promoted/falsely boosted games previously. Can someone in the know please advise how good Titanfall is and where should I buy it from?Thanks in advance.

CD keys have it for 3.99 on PC if that helps.
Edited by: "korny2" 24th Aug 2017
korny210 m ago

CD keys have it for 3.99 on PC if that helps.


Yes, it does. Thanks. Is this a good game? Silly question considering I don't know if you have played it or if you like this kind of genre
shoomshoom5 m ago

Yes, it does. Thanks. Is this a good game? Silly question considering I …Yes, it does. Thanks. Is this a good game? Silly question considering I don't know if you have played it or if you like this kind of genre

It's good i like the online maps more then the second game, titanfall 2 has a proper campaign while the first game is just for online.
Surely the only 'player appreciation' in this sale is 'player money appreciation'?
shoomshoom16 h, 56 m ago

Op, heat added. I hope you do not mind if I seek some help here.I like …Op, heat added. I hope you do not mind if I seek some help here.I like games such as Doom (2016), CoD, etc. and I have heard a lot of positive stuff about Titanfall (2015). Is it worth buying? I think it will cost about £15, but I have been disappointed by some PR-promoted/falsely boosted games previously. Can someone in the know please advise how good Titanfall is and where should I buy it from?Thanks in advance.


Titanfall is primarily a PvP game and while the second game does offer a campaign, it's pretty short and the focus of the game is still PvP. As a PvP game it's very good, on foot your character is far more agile than a conventional FPS game able to run along walls, do massive jumps through the air and grapple along between buildings. Then the game switches around when you call in your titan and become a slow, heavy walking machine but has a massive amount of firepower with a variety of clever abilities. There is also a PvE type 'Horde mode' where you team up with a group of other players and take on waves of enemy titans although it's relatively basic and doesn't have much of the on foot combat that makes up the PvP game.

I'm not much of a PvP person so I've never managed to get into that side of it but I do like the Horde game mode as there's a good variety in titans and they're a lot of fun to play with.
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Found it odd that Ubisoft games were also in the sale and they seem to be the better prices... odd
Johnmcl712 h, 28 m ago

Titanfall is primarily a PvP game and while the second game does offer a …Titanfall is primarily a PvP game and while the second game does offer a campaign, it's pretty short and the focus of the game is still PvP. As a PvP game it's very good, on foot your character is far more agile than a conventional FPS game able to run along walls, do massive jumps through the air and grapple along between buildings. Then the game switches around when you call in your titan and become a slow, heavy walking machine but has a massive amount of firepower with a variety of clever abilities. There is also a PvE type 'Horde mode' where you team up with a group of other players and take on waves of enemy titans although it's relatively basic and doesn't have much of the on foot combat that makes up the PvP game.I'm not much of a PvP person so I've never managed to get into that side of it but I do like the Horde game mode as there's a good variety in titans and they're a lot of fun to play with.


Thanks for the info, John. I'll wait for prices of TF2 keys come down to less than £10 before buying it.
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