California based video game company, Electronic Arts or popularly known as EA, has partnered with the game publisher and digital distributor, Valve. As a result of which, EA will be putting its games back on Steam.
Well, EA has decided to start with the upcoming title – Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The game is going to launch on November 15 globally, and it will be available for the Steam users too. Other popular EA titles are making there way to the Valve platform too. The list includes – The Sims 4, Unravel Two, Apex Legends, FIFA 20, and Battlefield V.
The exact date of arrival of the games mentioned above to Steam is still unknown, but, according to the company, the titles will land on the platform starting from next year.
Also, to access the EA titles on Steam, players need to have the EA Access, company’s subscription service. With this new partnership between Electronic Arts and Valve, EA Access will be the first and only gaming subscription service available on Steam, whereas, Valve will be the fourth platform to feature an EA subscription.
According to the company, players with EA subscription are eligible to get with exclusive catalog-wide discounts and in-game member benefits.