Precisely at a time when most online gaming stores seem to have adopted a similar method of publishing and publishing - the big game distributor finishes distributing the free games on the platformOrigin Her personal
We really love getting free games, old and classic and modern, and to our delight today there are quite a few platforms that offer us just that every few weeks - the Humble Store, the GOG Store and Steam Are a few examples, when each one does so in its own way and for different reasons.
To this "generosity league" has also belonged to EA Games to date, which offered a venture called On The House on its Origin platform, in which free variable titles were distributed to all subscribers. A nice way to definitely increase the number of potential users in a service that aims to compete with Monster Like Steam.
After four years and 35 different games (not all of them were available in all countries of the world), plus 13 DLC packages, which were granted free of charge - EA is now announcing the end of the road, and unfortunately the program in question is over. It is unclear whether the company plans to offer any alternative to sharing free games from the past for free, but it is likely that the goal here is to direct most efforts to theOrigin Access, which largely offers "free" games, is also part of a prepaid monthly fee.
As long as this service is officially launched here in the Holy Land, and in particular of its upgraded version that will even offer live streaming over the net, we will not oppose it. Until then - we will focus on the hope that the other gaming platforms will not decide to stop free distributions even suddenly.