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POSTED BY melryan ON Jan 24, 2012

Origin Adding Games From 11 New Partners

I’m very proud to announce that today, Origin will begin adding games from 11 talented publishers and developers to our ever-growing lineup of titles.

We’ll start with the addition of Rift from Trion to the Origin roster, which is now available. Titles from CD PROJEKT RED, Freebird Games, Recoil Games, Autumn Games, 1C Company, inXile entertainment, Paradox Interactive, Core Learning Ltd. and N3V Games will be available on Origin in the coming months.

More than anything else, Origin is focused on providing you with choices. From blockbuster franchises to high-quality independent titles, we’re bringing the industry’s best content to one place. We’re excited to welcome our new partners and their diverse range of games for you to enjoy on Origin.

Comments (4)

  1. +2 0
    Good news. What about Hydravision?
    Jan 24, 2012
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  2. +4 -3
    I could care less about what publishers/developers you are adding right now, because origin sucks as a delivery platform. why not worry about sorting out the issues with the platform before spamming us with developers whose products we dont want?
    Jan 25, 2012
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  3. +1 0
    I agree with Meatshield_US, " .....Origin SUCKS!!" Steam works much better but I wanted BF3 so was forced into Origin.. BF3 is just so bug ridden with problems on video and audio and lets not get started with PunkBuster. PunkBuster always was a rubbish piece of software on BF2 and you went and used it for BF3, why? Please sort out the problems and issues your customers have already raised with you instead of being " ..focused on providing you with choices" Quality over Quantity.
    Jan 25, 2012
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  4. 0 0
    I find myself very desirous of testing out the new Star Wars game. However, I cannot afford the $60 do purchase it only to find out that I dont care for certain aspects of it. Please consider creating a free testing period, where people may try out the program and give feedback to you, the designers.
    Feb 6, 2012
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