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Origin Infinite Gaming Sale Offers Battlefield 4 For $5 And more
Electronic Arts is running a almost month long Infinite Gaming sale on Origin, with huge price drops for major games.
The sale includes major EA games like Star Wars Battlefront for $20, however, the Ultimate edition for the game with season pass is available for $60, which is far less compared to the original $100 price tag.
What is more interesting is that Battlefield 4 is available for just $5, generally the game is offered for $10 to $15 in occasional sales. Battlefield 4 has not been at this price point since the black Friday sale back in 2014. Also Battlefield Hardline is also available for $5.
Besides these games there are 21 more titles available for historic low prices, including Dragon Age Inquisition Game Of The year Edition and FIFA 16 are available for $20.
Recently EA gave away free DLC for Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline in a build up to the Battlefield 1 reveal. To create hype among the fans EA gave Battlefield 4’s add-on Dragon’s Teeth and Battlefield Hardline’s Robbery DLC for free.
However, if you are thinking about picking a game from Infinite gaming sale, we suggest that you pick up Battlefield 4, as the game has more active users compared to Star Wars Battlefront and Battlefield Hardline.
A recent survey indicates that Battlefield 4 is more popular compared to Star Wars Battlefront, and way more popular than Hardline. According to the stats, Battlefield Hardline barely manages to get 25,000 active users. On the other hand Battlefield 4 active users are 125,000 on average in 24 hours, while battlefront has just 80,000 active players on average in 24 hours.
Other Games available in Infinite Gaming Include:
- Sims 4 $23.99
- Need For Speed $29.99
- Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 $29.99
- Crysis Trilogy $24.99
- Mass Effect Trilogy $14.99
You can checkout the full list of games available in Infinite Gaming sale by clicking here.
Origin might not be as popular as other digital distribution platforms, but it does offers some value if you are looking to get some Electronic Arts titles.