Affordable gaming celebrations are not limited to stores of Steam And of Epic, to our delight - there are more competitors that have something to offer us, and now this EA Games Coming to life with a comprehensive discount project at theOrigin Its going to give you a chance to rejuvenate with several titles that are not available anywhere else. Sounds good? This article is for you.
FIFA 20, the latest version of the most famous football series, drops to its lowest price level to date - 23.99 euros instead of 59.99 euros, which is about 95 shekels including the expected conversion fee. Want to upgrade your experience? The Champions Edition of the game is offered for 31.99 euros while the most comprehensive Ultimate Edition will cost you 35.99 euros.
The title of the action from World War II Battlefield V, which was originally launched at the end of 2018, is now offered at a base price of 15.99 euros, or about 65 shekels - and there is also the Year 2 Edition with all the added content launched for the game since it arrived to date, for 29.99 euros for those interested.
Fans of alternative sports (from the point of view of the Israeli consumer, at least) will be able to enjoy the latest Madden 2020 football title at a base price of only 19.99 euros, or 27.99 euros for the Superstar Edition and 31.49 euros for the largest and most luxurious Ultimate Edition.
Also the title of the quality role-playing-adventure-action from EA and the developer Respawn Entertainment from the end of last year, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, available at a discounted price of 39.99 euros which is about 160 shekels as a starting point - and at a price of 46.66 euros for the Deluxe Edition with some nice digital bonuses.
Anthem, an action-role-playing game from home BioWare Which continues to update and evolve despite a somewhat problematic and disappointing opening, is now available for 8.99 euros which is a 85 percent discount off the full recommended price - and if you want the extended Legion of Dawn edition you will only have to pay a few shekels more, 10.49 euros.
Racing enthusiasts are invited to leap into Need for Speed Heat, which started last year - at a base price of 29.99 euros or 120 shekels, and at a price of 34.99 euros for the deluxe version with four exclusive vehicles and a few other small extras.
Those who prefer their races a little more nervous and violent will be able to opt for the remake of the fine Burnout Paradise, for a tiny price of only 4.99 euros or 20 shekels - a quarter of the original full price of 19.99 euros and a great deal on any scale.
All promotions will be available until this coming Tuesday, April 21, in the afternoon - so don’t procrastinate too much and come check out the full promotions page before you commit. Successful gaming!