Dragon Age: Inquisition only $30 in Origin Spring Sale

Dragon Age: Inquisition only $30 in Origin Spring Sale

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Origin is Spring Cleaning its digital shelves with 50% off dozens of top games.

We are now in that lull between the Steam Summer and Winter PC Gaming sales, which means it's time for EA Origin to launch its gOrigin Spring Saleh. The Spring Sale offers 50% off on dozens of games in Originfs catalog. The discount percentage is not quite as high as you might want on some of the older games like Mass Effect, but when it comes to recent releases, the Origin sale looks very strong.

The best deal we currently see in the sale is on Dragon Age: Inquisition. The popular 2014 RPG drops to only $29.99, making the lowest price the title has ever sold for on Origin and $30 off the usual $59.99. Perhaps even more notable is the drop on the Digital Deluxe Edition to only $34.99 - a new low by $12, and a rare discount since Origin is the only gaming retailer selling the Digital Deluxe Edition.

There are plenty of other discounts in the works at Origin. Prominent among the deals is a drop on the Battlefield 4 Premium + base game to only $24.99 - quite impressive considering just the Premium pack alone without the base game normally sells for $39.99. As far as fall 2014 releases go, both The Sims 4 and FIFA 15 have dropped to $29.99, tying their lowest prices ever.

Dragon Age

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Dragon Age: Inquisition Digital Deluxe (Origin) - $34.99.

List is $70. Deal expires April 9.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition (Origin) - $29.99.

List is $60. Deal expires April 9.

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Dragon Age Origins: Ultimate Edition (Origin) - $14.99.

List is $30. Deal expires April 9.

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Dragon Age 2 (Origin) - $9.99.

List is $20. Deal expires April 9.

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Dragon Age: Origins (Origin) - $9.99.

List is $20. Deal expires April 9.

Battlefield

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Battlefield 4 + Premium (Origin) - $24.99.

List is $50. Deal expires April 9.

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Battlefield 4 Premium (Origin) - $19.99.

List is $40. Deal expires April 9.

The Sims 4

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The Sims 4 Digital Deluxe Edition (Origin) - $34.99.

List is $70. Deal expires April 9.

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The Sims 4 (Origin) - $29.99.

List is $60. Deal expires April 9.

Mass Effect

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Mass Effect Trilogy (Origin) - $14.99.

List is $30. Deal expires April 9.

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Mass Effect 3: N7 Digital Deluxe - $14.99.

List is $30. Deal expires April 9.

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Mass Effect 2 Digital Deluxe Edition (Origin) - $14.99.

List is $30. Deal expires April 9.

FIFA

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FIFA 15 (Origin) - $29.99.

List is $60. Deal expires April 9.

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FIFA 14 (Origin) - $9.99.

List is $20. Deal expires April 9.

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FIFA 13 (Origin) - $9.99.

List is $20. Deal expires April 9.

SimCity

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SimCity: Complete Edition (Origin) - $19.99.

List is $40. Deal expires April 9.

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SimCity Standard Edition (Origin) - $14.99.

List is $30. Deal expires April 9.

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SimCity 2000 Special Edition (Origin) - $2.99.

List is $6. Deal expires April 9.

Need for Speed

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Need for Speed Rivals: Complete Edition (Origin) - $19.99.

List is $40. Deal expires April 9.

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Need for Speed Rivals Digital Deluxe Edition (Origin) - $19.99.

List is $40. Deal expires April 9.

Crysis

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Crysis Trilogy (Origin) - $24.99.

List is $50. Deal expires April 9.

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Crysis 3 Digital Deluxe Edition (Origin) - $19.99.

List is $40. Deal expires April 9.

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Crysis Maximum Edition (Origin) - $14.99.

List is $30. Deal expires April 9.

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Crysis 3 (Origin) - $9.99.

List is $20. Deal expires April 9.

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Crysis - $9.99.

List is $20. Deal expires April 9.

Plants vs. Zombies

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Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare Digital Deluxe Edition (Origin) - $17.49.

List is $35. Deal expires April 9.

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Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare (Origin) - $14.99.

List is $30. Deal expires April 9.

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Plants vs. Zombies Game of the Year Edition - $2.49.

List is $5. Deal expires April 9.

Wasteland 2

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Wasteland 2 Digital Deluxe Edition (Steam) - $29.99.

List is $60. Deal expires April 9.

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Wasteland 2 (Steam) - $19.99.

List is $40. Deal expires April 9.

Dead Space

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Dead Space 3 (Origin) - $9.99.

List is $20. Deal expires April 9.

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Dead Space 2 - $9.99.

List is $20. Deal expires April 9.

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Dead Space - $9.99.

List is $20. Deal expires April 9.

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I honestly wouldnt pay 5$ for DA:I.

Its such a shock when you play an actually fantastic game and compare it to the mud that is the current market...

I've had more fun the first 5 minutes of Pillars of Eternity than I had in the entire 10+ hours I sunk into DA:I before giving up.

tzimize:
I honestly wouldnt pay 5$ for DA:I.

Its such a shock when you play an actually fantastic game and compare it to the mud that is the current market...

I've had more fun the first 5 minutes of Pillars of Eternity than I had in the entire 10+ hours I sunk into DA:I before giving up.

Did you purchase enough of the prerequisite DLC? I don't think you bought enough DLC. Buy more, then judge it. Until then, you're just an EA hater.

[Escapist, make a way to delete comments in case I decide to retract]

And just like every sale ever, DLC purchasable only by Bioware points never go on sale. There's no way I'm paying $40+ for the good ME3 DLC. ********* you, EA.

tzimize:
I honestly wouldnt pay 5$ for DA:I.

Its such a shock when you play an actually fantastic game and compare it to the mud that is the current market...

I've had more fun the first 5 minutes of Pillars of Eternity than I had in the entire 10+ hours I sunk into DA:I before giving up.

I'm kind of in the reverse situation. I'm waiting for Pillars of Eternity to get fixed and was considering picking up DA:I to kill some of the time. Doesn't help even with 50% off it's still £25. That's messed up.

praetor_alpha:
And just like every sale ever, DLC purchasable only by Bioware points never go on sale. There's no way I'm paying $40+ for the good ME3 DLC. ********* you, EA.

And yeah this is driving me nuts too. I think there's just kind of inertia going on where they refuse to accept that dropping the prices on this would make more money because the people who make the decision can't even see the dlc.

And if Origin ever got over it's moronic assumptions that $1 == £1, I might occasionally consider actually buying something from them. But when their "50% off sale" price is the same as most other full-price AAA-titles, they can go straight to hell.

Just a tidbit on Dragon Age Inquisition...In the XBOX store, at least a few days ago anyway, the Deluxe edition was on sale for half price, (40 canadian for me at least) so Origin wasn't the only place offering it for sale, but that's just a minor thing.

Kinda tempted to buy that ME trilogy bundle though...cause I'm a sucker for Mass Effect. Man, why can't that series get re-released this gen, I'd give it all my money.

Still priced at about 30 bucks more than it's worth.

EA has turned Bioware into the Jerry Bruckheimer of the video game world. That is not a compliment in any way, shape or form.

I decided to pick up Inquisition because everyone said it was really good. Then about 2 hours later, I demanded a refund because the game wouldn't work, and trying to repair the game files took forever and only made things worse. My god, Origin is an even worse program than I'd imagined.

 

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