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Electronic Arts shared its quarterly earnings report yesterday, revealing that the video game publisher earned nearly $1 billion from microtransactions alone in the previous quarter.

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Here’s how you can play the Deluxe Edition of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on PC for just $15, a fraction of the full $70 price.

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After parting ways with Steam nearly eight years ago to focus on its own distribution platform, EA has finally returned to Valve’s store.

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Looks like Electronic Arts may be on its way back to Steam. The publisher’s official Twitter account recently shared a video of a steaming mug with only an ellipses for a caption.

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Here’s how to get yourself three months of EA’s Origin Access Basic subscription for free, with the first month pegged for this November.

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When EA announced its Access service a few weeks ago, everyone stood up and took notice. While the folks at Sony apparently didn’t think it was a big deal, those on the limited beta felt otherwise. Now, as of today, that beta has given way to a full service that is available to anyone in the United States who owns an Xbox One that’s connected to the Internet.

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Electronic Arts, or EA as it is often referred, is one of the most well-respected and renowned gaming publishers on the planet, and has, in its decorated history, presented us with some truly seminal titles. Now, it’s fair to say that apart from Titanfall, Xbox One owners haven’t had much to claim over their PS4-toting rivals in the battle of one-upmanship so far. However, EA has just rolled out a special deal for Xbox One customers that offers access to a number of those aforementioned great games for a cost of just $5 per month, which, if you’ve already stumped up the cash for the console itself, is chickenfeed by comparison.

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Electronic Arts has always been one for getting into the Christmas spirit by offering some pretty impressive discounts on its iOS games, and this year is no different. Perhaps it could be said that this year’s sale isn’t quite as special as it has been in the past, but the list of games that have been brought down to just $0.99 is still one that will have you reaching for your iPhone or iPad.

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We’ve grown used to Electronic Arts coming through with great deals on its expansive range of iOS titles, and with Easter just around the corner, the company has made sure gaming fans can enjoy favorites old and new for the great price of just 99 cents. The vast majority of its range has been dealt the significant price slash, and we’ve a full list coming up after the break!

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Today is, as many of you will know, the first U.S. President George Washington’s birthday, otherwise recognized Stateside as President’s Day. To mark the occasion, Electronic Arts offering big savings on all of its iOS games, with everything running at $0.99 or less. Those usually free or priced at the minimum charge will remain at the same price, but any game priced higher than the lowest threshold will drop down to the magical $0.99.

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To celebrate Father’s day this Sunday, video games publisher Electronic Arts – commonly referred to as simply EA – will be offering significant discounts on some of its most popular Android titles including FIFA 12, Need for Speed, Plants vs. Zombies and Dead Space.

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If you’re a fan of The Sims – and the chances are you are – you’ll be pleased to hear those cheeky little chappies are coming to the home of social, with Facebook being the next frontier to feel the warm fuzzy glow given off by Electronic Arts’ avatars.

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