Battlefield Hardline and Dragon Age: Inquisition on Sale!
Battlefield Hardline and Dragon Age Inquisition are on sale on Origin! Enjoy these games and get them in discounted prices! The sale runs from now to November 3rd, and while the deals below are all pretty good, the full sale will rotate through the rest of the week.
From 29.99€ (33% OFF!)
Battlefield Hardline is an FPS developed by Visceral Games in partnership with EA. Battlefield Hardline is an excellent game that gave new life to a classic series. Fantastic visuals and an immersive thematic style will keep stealth and action lovers addicted for more. You will take on the role of detective Nick Mendoza as he leads his crew in an episodic crime drama single player campaign or as cops and criminals in rapid Battlefield multi-player mode. You will pick a side and take control of the game using tactics to gather intelligence, perform arrests and takedowns, and issuing warrants. The game offers more maps and gadgets to change the way you play the game. You can now utilize grappling hooks and zip-lines to siege buildings and fly yourself across the city. Are you ready for awesome team play? Gather your squad, grab your guns and kill crime in Battlefield Hardline.
Dragon Age Inquisition
From 39.99€ (50% OFF!)
This epic journey into the world of Thedas will steal more than 100 hours of your time – hours that will provide you with the best RPG gaming there is. Gather your party and lead your group into harrowing battles against many dangerous enemies – from earth-shattering High Dragons to demonic forces from the otherworld of the Fade. With guidance from EA, a game publisher that has established a name in the future of game development, Bioware finally manages to make a RPG suitable for everyone. Dragon Age: Inquisition evolved from its predecessors by combining the best elements of 2 popular RPGs in modern era. It adopted the sandbox open world, lightweight RPG perspective and enormous fetch quest system from the highly praised The Elder Scrolls Skyrim, as well as the popular decision tree mechanism and the combat elements from another Bioware’s master piece, Mass Effect 3. Will you be able to put an end to the cataclysmic anarchy gripping the Dragon Age?