It looks like Electronic Arts is returning to Steam with its best games

Electronic Arts has long abandoned Steam and releases its new projects for PC in Origin. Yet they appeared on the Internet

hints that the company will once again make friends with Valve.

What is known

The first hint appeared with the announcement of the new designSteam libraries. Then the images showed the cover of Mirror's Edge Catalyst, which is not in the Valve store. Yesterday, Steam DataBase detected an update for an unknown test application, which added the line “steam://run/570 › origin://rungame/test1”. It looks like someone is testing Origin integration with Steam.

The strangeness doesn’t end there. Users only recently noticed that back on December 24, 2018, an unknown person was playing The Saboteur via Steam, although the game is still not in the store's library.

The latest clue was the recent update of Dragon Age 2, the appearance of new language packs for the game and strange body movements with tags by genre.

It is possible that EA will return to Steam, but only with good old games like the first Dead Space, Mass Effect and Dragon Age.