EA Games Amazon Australia Boxing Day sales 2017

Save big on some of the biggest AAA gaming titles around with Amazon Australia's Boxing Day sale of EA games titles.

If it's in the game, it's in the game, as EA's famous sports jingle puts it. If it's in an EA game, you're going to be able to save on it as part of Amazon's Boxing Day sale of EA games titles.

Electronic Arts, or more informally EA is one of the world's largest video game publishers, responsible for long-running and supremely popular titles such as FIFA and Madden NFL under its EA Sports imprint as well as titles such as Need For Speed, Battlefront, The Sims and Mass Effect.

That's really just scratching the surface of EA's vast library of games titles, with a little something for every gamer under its umbrella. EA is also the current publisher for all games set in the Star Wars universe, including Star Wars: Battlefront II.

EA's titles are set to go on sale as part of Amazon Australia's Boxing Day Sale 2017, which kicks off on 26 December 2017, with "great deals" promised on a range of EA titles.

It's not clear quite what the specials will be, but given that Amazon operates on a 24 hour basis, that means its deals kick off from one minute past midnight on 26 December. Games deals are always insanely popular and stock is likely to be limited, so stay tuned and be ready to score an essential gaming bargain!

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