EA is giving out two free games this week. PC gamers can now download Battlefield 4 and Wing Commander 3: Heart of the Tiger for a limited time.
Electronic Arts has been on a short roll lately with trying to desperately turn around how people view the company. Just as they were about to head back into the “hated” territory, they pulled out a couple of quick moves to satiate the audience, one of which includes giving away The Sims 2: Ultimate Collection... for free.
Electronic Arts opened up their chest and revealed that under the black, oily machine that pumps multinational currency through their veins, there is a heart... a heart that cares.
Malwarebytes has up a blog post about the scammers who are using a fake EA Sports channel in an attempt to pilfer gamers out of their Origin account information.
If you've managed to avoid playing Dead Space all the years, EA is now rewarding you for your laziness. They're giving away the survival horror game for free.
If you're planning to play the Battlefield 4 beta on PC, you can start downloading the files right now. DICE has opened up pre-loading for the early access beta through Origin.
If you thought a devil couldn't sprout wings you haven't been living long enough... or you haven't been following EA closely enough. The company that was voted as the Consumerist's Worst Company in America two times in a row is doing something very pro-consumer... they're offering 24-hour refunds for their digital games for Origin.
If you are into playing games, saving money and helping out a handful of good causes, then you might want to take a look at the recently launched Humble Origin Bundle, sporting a heaping helping of games from multiple genres, a pay-what-you-want price tag, and proceeds going to support charities like the American Cancer Society and the Human Rights Campaign.
That Origin thing really hit EA's pride hard. The company has extended their ingratitude towards Nintendo tenfold since the Big 'N' wouldn't let EA control the Nintendo Network with Origin's network code and openly stated that they have no games in development for the Wii U. Ouch.
EA announced today that SimCity is coming to the Mac. The recently released reboot will available through Origin and other digital retailers on June 11th.
As promised, EA will let buyers of the new SimCity download a free game on Origin to compensate for the city-building sim's troubled launch. The free games they're offering are better than expected.
This is it folks, tomorrow is the big day and EA's revitalized vision of Maxis' SimCity will launch on March 5th in North America, complete with it's always-on DRM. To celebrate the game's milestone achievement, EA unleashed a snazzy new trailer for the city building simulator entitled “City on the Brink”.
Hey, all of you gamers on Mac! Guess what? You can finally take advantage of EA's online games portal, Origin, as the service officially launches for your gaming rig of choice.
You Blizzard fanboys ought to be happy about this news, some other big company finally gets to feel the wrath of public humiliation and consumer account security woes. Reports are filing in stating that a number of individuals have had their Origin accounts breached, but EA is denying that such a thing ever took place.
Battlefield 1942 turned 10 years old this fall. To celebrate this milestone, EA is letting players download the multiplayer shooter for free through their digital games platform Origin.