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EA’s Black Friday Origin sale cuts prices on ‘Battlefield 1,’ ‘Titanfall 2,’ ‘Fifa 17,’ and more

Published Nov 23rd, 2016 2:52PM EST
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Black Friday madness knows no bounds, and even individual game publishers are getting in on the price cut frenzy. EA is the latest to launch its Black Friday sale pricing, slashing prices several days ahead of the actual shopping event with discounts of up to 75% on some of the company’s most popular PC titles.

Battlefield 1, Titantfall 2, The Sims 4, FIFA 17, Star Wars Battlefront, and Mirror’s Edge Catalyst are all getting lots of love in the sale, which is currently live on EA’s Origin digital download service. Here’s how the prices shake out:

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  • Battlefield 1: $39.99 (33% off)
  • Titanfall 2: $39.99 (33% off)
  • The Sims 4: $9.99 (75% off)
  • FIFA 17: $35.99 (40% off)
  • Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2: $9.99 (75% off)
  • Star Wars Battlefront: $14.99 (50% off)
  • Mirror’s Edge Catalyst: $15.99 (60% off)
  • Dragon Age Inquisition: $14.99 (63% off)
  • Need for Speed: $14.99 (63% off)
  • Battlefield 4: $9.99 (50% off)
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division: $34.99 (30% off)
  • Rainbow Six Siege: $24.99 (50% off)
  • Unravel: $9.99 (50% off)
  • Assassin’s Creed Syndicate: $23.99 (40% off)
  • Mass Effect Trilogy: $14.99 (50% off)

Additionally, EA is cutting the prices of some of the deluxe editions of some of its titles, including Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2. There’s even a bundle that includes the deluxe editions of both titles for $74.99, which is 50% off what it would normally be.

Considering that Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 have both debuted within the last two months, those are some pretty significant price drops, and certainly worth taking advantage of. It’s not clear whether EA will also be rolling back the prices of the digital versions of its titles on the PlayStation Store and Xbox Live Marketplace, but at the moment it certainly seems like a good time to be a PC gamer.