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'Titanfall,' 'Battlefield 4' and more PC downloads 40 percent off at Origin

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Electronic Arts’ Origin service launched a flash sale Friday, May 16 that discounted downloadable PC titles like “Titanfall,” “Battlefield 4,” “SimCity” and more by up to 40 percent. You’ll have to act quickly though as these deals end Sunday afternoon.

“Titanfall” has been discounted from $59.99 to $35.99 as part of the Origin sale and the timing coincidentally lands with the “Expedition” DLC pack. The DLC pack is available for $9.99 by itself or for $25 as part of the Season Pass, which will be good for three DLC packs. “Expedition” includes the “Swampland,” “Runoff” and “Wargames” maps.

Other titles included in the Origin flash sale include “Battlefield 4” for $29.9 while the Digital Deluxe Edition that comes with “China Rising” expansion pack and three Gold Battlepacks is $35.99. This is another game that recently received DLC with the launch of the “Naval Strike” DLC and the “Dragon’s Teeth” DLC release is coming soon. The individual expansion packs are $14.99 each or $49.99 for the Premium service. Those that prefer more old school games from the series can get “Battlefield 3” for $11.99 and “Bad Company 2” for the same price.

“SimCity” is discounted as well with the regular edition going for $17.99 and the Digital Deluxe Edition marked down to $23.99. “FIFA 14,” “Need for Speed: Rivals” and games from the “Mass Effect,” “Dead Space” and “Dragon Age” franchises are also deeply discounted.

In all, there’s close to 100 games that are on sale as part of the Origin flash sale, though the majority is older titles like “Command & Conquer,” “Mirror’s Edge,” “Crysis,” “Burnout” and “Mercenaries.” You can also pick up the orginal “Plants Vs. Zombies” tower defense game for the low price of free. The sale is good until Sunday, May 18 at 3 p.m. EST / 12 a.m. PST.