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With there.seperation to steam by developing origin..will they no longer carry games by ea on steam? Whats goin on cause i play dragon age and i.dont want to download origin for new dlc
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I think they are smart enough to know that by moving everything to Origin, they may lose support from gamers due to availability of DLC and the like. I reckon they'll keep support and DLC available on Steam.
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Will they keep games dlc and new upcoming games on steam too
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Once it is on Steam, realistically there is no way for EA to take it from you.

New releases that are announced on Steam will most likely stay, EA just want people to use their service.
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I would assume that any future Dragon Age DLCs would be an Origin exclusive as well, but there is no way to know for sure yet. Though aren't the DLCs purchased through the game anyway? I don't think Steam is even involved.

However, i think it is safe to say that there won't be any more DLCs for Dragon Age. Perhaps for DA2, but even that is unlikely. I think they've milked that market out, but who knows. There might be a new one.
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