Dead Space is the EA Origin On the House promotion this week
If you are a gamer on the PC or other platforms, you will know who EA is. The game publisher is behind some of the most popular games on the market like Need for Speed and others. Some of these newer games on the PC require Origin to play.
Origin is EA's digital marketplace and verification system for games played online. EA has a special section of Origin called On the House that offers up a free game that you can download and play.
The On the House game this week is the classic horror shooter Dead Space reports Eurogamer. This is the first game in that franchise and launched in 2008. It' s a third person shooter that is very creepy. I can remember jumping several times when playing the game with things that came out of the dark unexpectedly.
The game is the full version, not a watered down demo. It's also free forever, it's not free only this weekend and then you have to cough up money. The game normal costs $19.99, so getting it free is a very good deal.
The game will be available free only for a limited time. It's not clear how limited the time will be so get it while you can. If you are wondering why the game is free, check out the EA comment below for the answer.
"We're gamers, too," EA said. "We appreciate you making Origin your gaming home... and besides, who doesn't like free stuff?"
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