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EA Family Bundle (Xbox Digital): Need for Speed, Unravel, PvZ: Garden Warfare 2 EXPIRED

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Xbox.com has EA Family Bundle (Xbox One/Series X/S Digital Download) on sale for $3.99.

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About this bundle:
  • Includes 3 EA games:
    • Need for Speed (2015)
      • Become the ultimate icon of today's urban car culture in Need for Speed, featuring Five Ways to Play and a huge open world to race and explore from dusk 'till dawn.
    • Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2
      • The battle for suburbia grows to crazy new heights in Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2! In this action-packed shooter, Dr. Zomboss has strengthened his horde and rebuilt suburbia as a zombie utopia.
    • Unravel
      • Unravel introduces Yarny, a new, lovable and endearing character made from a single thread of yarn. Embark with Yarny on a seemingly larger than life adventure to reconnect the long-lost memories of a family.

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    • This offer matches several previous FrontPage Deals and is a great deal at $1.33 per game.
    • Offer ends July 5, 2022
    • This deal is $36 off (90% savings) the listed retail price of $39.99.
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  • EA Family Bundle [xbox.com] (Xbox One/Series X|S Digital Download)
    • $3.99
      • Includes
        • Unravel
        • Need for Speed
        • Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2
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All of these are on Game Pass.

I will say that the PvZ:GW games are actually pretty fun, and I say that as a fully grown man. They're pretty ridiculous in theme but are solid shooters with pretty balanced asymmetric powers. Think Overwatch but without the toxic community. I don't know how many people are still playing it though since there is a newer game in the series.

Unravel is good too although I think Unravel 2 is a much better experience, especially with couch co-op.

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All of these are on Game Pass.

I will say that the PvZ:GW games are actually pretty fun, and I say that as a fully grown man. They're pretty ridiculous in theme but are solid shooters with pretty balanced asymmetric powers. Think Overwatch but without the toxic community. I don't know how many people are still playing it though since there is a newer game in the series.

Unravel is good too although I think Unravel 2 is a much better experience, especially with couch co-op.
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Quote from Cheap_skater :
All of these are on Game Pass.

I will say that the PvZ:GW games are actually pretty fun, and I say that as a fully grown man. They're pretty ridiculous in theme but are solid shooters with pretty balanced asymmetric powers. Think Overwatch but without the toxic community. I don't know how many people are still playing it though since there is a newer game in the series.

Unravel is good too although I think Unravel 2 is a much better experience, especially with couch co-op.
"As a fully grown man" 🤣 same, man, same. I agree with everything, I enjoyed Unravel a lot, good puzzle game.
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Quote from Cheap_skater :
All of these are on Game Pass.

I will say that the PvZ:GW games are actually pretty fun, and I say that as a fully grown man. They're pretty ridiculous in theme but are solid shooters with pretty balanced asymmetric powers. Think Overwatch but without the toxic community. I don't know how many people are still playing it though since there is a newer game in the series.

Unravel is good too although I think Unravel 2 is a much better experience, especially with couch co-op.
This is a great set of games for an absurd price. Even with GamePass it's tempting to grab these - "just so you have it"
https://youtu.be/a5uyw2HeLPU
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Do you have to sign into an EA account like you do with Game Pass / EA Play? I ask because apparently my Microsoft account is linked with an old deleted EA account, and EA won't offer any assistance with removing the link (Microsoft sends me to EA as the linking is handled on their side). Therefore, I can't access any EA Play games through Game Pass. I'm not sure if I can access these even if I buy them here if it's going to ask me to sign into EA.

I do have an active, working EA account that I have used for many years, I just can't link it due to the apparent existing dead account link. I don't recall having a different account, and trying to sign in with my various emails to see if any other accounts exist under me shows none.

Signing in with my Xbox profile on the EA site results in a password reset loop. I reset it successfully, and on next log in it asks to reset it yet again. Trying to manage the account linking through the Xbox app just links me to EA support (which was a dead end).

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Do you have to sign into an EA account like you do with Game Pass / EA Play? I ask because apparently my Microsoft account is linked with an old deleted EA account, and EA won't offer any assistance with removing the link (Microsoft sends me to EA as the linking is handled on their side). Therefore, I can't access any EA Play games through Game Pass. I'm not sure if I can access these even if I buy them here if it's going to ask me to sign into EA.

I do have an active, working EA account that I have used for many years, I just can't link it due to the apparent existing dead account link. I don't recall having a different account, and trying to sign in with my various emails to see if any other accounts exist under me shows none.

Signing in with my Xbox profile on the EA site results in a password reset loop. I reset it successfully, and on next log in it asks to reset it yet again. Trying to manage the account linking through the Xbox app just links me to EA support (which was a dead end).
Mine just saying Loading and loop of the background game intro keeps happening but never goes through the whole sign in process
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absolute steal right here. thanks
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I played the single player of Garden Warfare 2 and had a really good time with it. I was in my late 20s at the time, so I was outside of the kiddie demographic the game is intended for. They made a sequel to Garden Warfare 2, but I (and the critics) really didn't care for it.
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That's a lot of good gaming for $4… and NFS. 😂

I can't speak for the last one. 🤷 ♂️
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I must say Garden Warfare 2 is a fabulous game. Almost spend 1000 hours playing that game.
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