By FileTrekker 2 years ago, last updated 2 years ago
EA has decided to bring a number of its games to Nvidia's GeForce Now service, with games such as Battlefield 1, Mirrors Edge and Dragon Age: Inquisition all now available on team green's streaming service.
They join Apex Legends, which was the only EA game on the platform until now, and marks a return that will be welcome for many. Several big publishers removed their games in a mass exodus when the platform launched last year, with studios such as Codemasters, Warner Bros. Games, Activision Blizzard and 2K all removing their titles from the platform, leaving it's available games library a little bare-bones.
These additions do a lot to help bolster the catalogue, and hopefully, there'll be some other EA titles such as the recent Star Wars games also coming in the future. In fact, a number of games are slowly appearing on the streaming service, which is in a much better position these days.
Indeed, it now boasts around 10 million users and growing, and with a big name like EA now backing it, hopefully, others will follow.
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