The news came out in the wilds some days ago when a Wall Street Journal reported that a full launch will be seen today. However, no release date about this newly made digital distribution service has been revealed yet.
Origin will be aiming only on PC games – over 150 games will be launched at its release day but it is still unclear to us that whether or not these games will expand past EA-branded titles.
Just like Steam and i-Tunes even this would be an application powered shop.
You will be bestowed with such options for staying connected with friends and families on your very own social networking websites, you can go around chit-chatting with them and the pages will be interlinked automatically to your EA Games progress.
This new digital distribution service can also straddle other devices such as phone, a mini-game of Battlefield 3 spin off may get you some reward points through which you can unlock contents in the core Battlefield 3 on either your gaming console or on PC, as an example.
To plot this Origin thingy on the map EA is likely to put it an only one place where you can download the huge Star Wars : The Old Republic MMO.
Once Origin starts to work in full swing, will EA be removing all the games from other digital distribution service?
Decades have past that EA has been digitally distributing PC games through EA stores. The store will now be replaced by none other than Origin.