Steam and the Xbox Live Marketplace have been killing it with deals, and EA doesn’t want Origin to be left out in the cold. The End of Year sale has gone live and takes some prices down handsomely – allowing you to technically adhere to a “save more money” new years resolution for 2013. Battlefield 4 has been taken down to $42 for the base game, $49 for the deluxe version, or $90 for the game and premium membership. The SimCity reboot can be yours for $24, with the deluxe version selling for $36, and the Cities of Tomorrow DLC available for $21. Little bits of DLC are down to $3 or $6. FIFA 14 is down to $28, while NFS Rivals is $35, and its deluxe edition is $42. Battlefield 3 is only $12, with BF 3 Premium down to $18, and the premium edition of the game…which is different somehow at $24. $24 also gets you the shortcut bundle for BF 3, and good lord there’s just a ton of BF 3 crap. The Sims 3 is down to $2, with a bunch of expansion packs down to $12 as well. Crysis 3 can be yours for $18, while its deluxe edition is $30, and the Lost Island expansion is $9.
Dead Space 3 is $18, while its Awakened DLC is $6. The Mass Effect Trilogy is $24, which is a terrible price since Amazon has it for $10 and ME 3 alone costs $3. Command and Conquer: The Ultimate Collection is $12 here versus FIVE FREAKING DOLLARS on Amazon, so just buy it there. NFS Most Wanted’s reboot is $12, while the deluxe DLC is $15 and the complete DLC is $18, this DLC-heavy era is damned confusing sometimes. Medal of Honor Warfighter is $12 Dragon Age Origins: Ultimate is $18, while DA II is $12, and the current-gen console versions of BF 4 are $42.