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Did the EA just leak the tea back to Steam?

It's only nine seconds long, but the latest EA Twitter video caused a sensation ... and I don't mean hot drinks per se.

It's only nine seconds long, but the latest EA Twitter video caused a sensation ... and I don't mean hot drinks per se.
Although it lacks music, sound, or even words of any kind, simple snapshots of an EA-evaporated version on the window sill have sent PC players into a rampage as a tweet without words adds some credibility to recent rumors that the EA has She plans to bring at least some of her catalog to Valve's PC client, Steam. 

Here, take a peek at yourself:


Do we cling to the straw? Can. But it's certainly a weird video that is shared, and it comes just a few days after a Twitter user posted a record indicating a change to the Steam app configuration, indicating that players may soon be able to play EA games via Steam, but only if To be you still need to launch EA games in its proprietary launcher, Origin.


EA and Steam broke their separate path several years ago when Electronic Arts launched its computer client, Origin. 

Since the rest of the industry is enjoying and opening up with mutual play, can this be proof that EA and Valve, too, are involved again? Will we see a limited number of old games jumping to Steam, such as the Mass Effect series, or can new EA games - or upcoming ones - appear on the Valve PC client?
In other Steam news, Heather's recently reported dates have been leaked, as Steam sales will be shown over the next few months. SteamDatabase posted the three dates on Twitter, revealing three dates for upcoming seasonal sales, including Halloween, Autumn, and Winter. 

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According to the leak, the first sale of Halloween will take place between October 28 to November 1, followed by a fall sale that runs from November 26 to December 3, and finally a winter sale that begins on December 19 to January 2.

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