EA Issues New Steam Releases For Over A Handful Of Its Classic Titles

Posted on March 13, 2024 by Nick Moreno

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While games of a prior era can be enjoyed respectfully via the proper ports of preservation, many titles find itself lost to time. And with more games overshadowing releases of before, delistings are more prevalent in recent time. Publisher Electronic Arts is especially guilty of this action. In the past, we’ve seen this with the likes of Need for Speed dropping its listings of multiple games back in 2021.

Even more, the same can also be said at DICE. A slew of Battlefield games alongside even Mirror’s Edge also faced a similar in 2023 as well. And now a decade after its releases, even Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall is out of the picture. But, the firm did elaborate servers are still up for active players. Despite that, there is a recent patch of good the publisher did recently.

Last week, Electronic Arts happened to relist roughly a handful of its legacy titles which are now available for purchase via Steam. You can read the full list below:

Alpha Centauri
Command & Conquer – The Ultimate Collection
Dungeon Keeper
Dungeon Keeper 2
Sim City 3000
The Sabotuer

What’s more exciting is that this new event on Steam is also accompanied with a sale. All titles mentioned are discounted until March 21st. ‘Let the nostalgia begin! 9 classic EA games are available to play on Steam,” the description from the announcement trailer reads on YouTube.

Surely, Electronic Arts has come a long way from its decision when Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order shipped on Steam back in 2019; a decision that withheld its titles on the platform for more than a decade. You can read the full report by heading here,

Which of these games are you most excited to play on PC?

Source: Steam

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