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    Re: EA Accounts to replace Origin Accounts in the coming weeks

    All it is turns out to be a name change. So I'm guessing a new appearance for the client, and that's it. I avoided it for years, but hit them up for both Humble Bundles they did, and their free offerings.

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    Re: EA Accounts to replace Origin Accounts in the coming weeks

    Lol i can't even get on Origin because i can't get an update downloaded.

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    Re: EA Accounts to replace Origin Accounts in the coming weeks

    Quote Originally Posted by GuidoLS View Post
    ... and their free offerings.
    This is basically the reason I got an Origin account, but I still can't decide if it's worth bloating my PC with it.

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    Re: EA Accounts to replace Origin Accounts in the coming weeks

    Quote Originally Posted by andreipoe View Post
    This is basically the reason I got an Origin account, but I still can't decide if it's worth bloating my PC with it.
    Not sure I understand the bloat problem, tbh. Don't let it start with Windows, and turn it off when you're done using the software. It's small footprint to begin with, and I do mean small. Much smaller than Steam, but then again, it intentionally does much less than Steam.

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    Re: EA Accounts to replace Origin Accounts in the coming weeks

    Finally got this email notification myself yesterday so they might be staggering the role out on a territory by territory basis.

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