EA gets Steamy: Loses Its DRM
Something I thought would never happen considering the EA Download Service is a competitor but EA have finally embraced the Steam platform, ditching 3rd party DRM in the process.
"EA is one of the industry's largest publishers," said Gabe Newell, co-founder and president of Valve. "The EA titles coming to Steam this holiday include some this year's top PC titles."
"We are pleased to extend our holiday titles to gamers worldwide via Steam -- a revolutionary technology that is one of the game industry's most successful digital distribution services," said John Pleasants, President, Global Publishing & Chief Operating Officer. Source
Update: Now available in Europe and Australia. Thanks Valve.
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