Dragon Age: Inquisition concept artwork

[Update #2]: Star Wars - The Old Republic MMORPG has now also landed onto Steam.

[Update]: More good news! Need for Speed Heat has not only made its way to Steam, but it's soon getting cross-platform multiplayer as well!

Ever since Origin launched, a good majority of EA published or developed games have ended up being exclusives for it on PC. This is now beginning to change, however, as EA is shifting its focus from the storefront to the EA Access subscription service.

As such, after quite a few years of exclusivity, a whole bunch of EA games like Dragon Age Inquisition and Mirror's Edge Catalyst have now finally made their way to Steam as well. Here's the full list of recently added games, taken straight from Steam:

Command & Conquer Remastered Collection

 Dragon Age II DLC Bundle

 Dragon Age II

 Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville Season’s Eatingz Upgrade

 Crysis 3 The Lost Island

 Need for Speed Heat - Keys to the Map

 Need for Speed Heat - McLaren F1 Black Market Delivery

 Crysis 3

 Need for Speed Rivals Timesaver Pack

 Mirror's Edge Catalyst Runner Kit Bundle

 Need for Speed Heat

 Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville

 Need for Speed Rivals

 Need for Speed


 Sea of Solitude


 Dragon Age Inquisition

 Unravel Two

 Burnout Paradise Remastered

 Mirror's Edge Catalyst

It's also worth mentioning that while all of these games will launch through Steam, they will also run a lightweight version of Origin itself. I can only imagine this is because the games have been built with Origin in mind, and decoupling them would be far more trouble than it's worth.

Whatever the case may be, expect to see even more EA games to arrive on Steam in the future, including the highly popular Apex Legends. Once that happens I'll make sure to let you know, but until then, make sure to check out the games above as most of them are currently on sale. Have fun!