EA has kicked off a Spring Sale on Origin, making quite a few fairly recent PC games from the publisher half price. You can see a full list of the games on sale here.
Titles from last year like Dragon Age: Inquisition, The Sims 4 and FIFA 15 are all half price. In the US, that means reduced to the $30-35 range (depending on whether you opt for a standard or deluxe edition.) That’s not too bad for some late 2014 titles.
Dragon Age: Inquisition was not exactly stellar on the PC, but if you’ve been planning to buy it and holding out for a sale, this is probably a decent opportunity to pick it up. FIFA 15 will be superseded by the inevitable FIFA 16, but that won’t happen until late September or thereabouts.
After comparing notes with Tim McDonald, it seems like there are 367 Origin games on sale in the US and 364 in Europe. Quite what the missing three are, I’m not sure – and don’t intend to sift through to find out.
European price ranges put Origin games in the 60-70 Euros realm (depending on standard/deluxe releases,) which means half price reductions in the 30-35 Euro area. Considering the Euro is practically on par with the dollar at the moment, the deals are fairly similar.