Electronic Arts has released a DRM Management Tool for its PC games released after May of last year. The tool will allow users to deauthorize game installs so the title can be reinstalled after a change of computer or hardware.
Previously, EA had released individual tools for specific games, but this tool will cover all applicable EA titles.
Does anyone else find it ridiculous that EA had to program and release an application to manage their DRM? Now, I have to run two services to mange my game installs? Digital Rights Management Management...?
This is why I prefer Steam for PC games and DRM. All I have to do is login provided the game doesn't include additional DRM tools.
Click through to see the EA titles covered by this new tool.
EA Games covered by the new DRM Management Tool:
- Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box
- Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3
- Crysis Warhead
- Dead Space
- FIFA Manager 09
- FIFA Soccer 09
- Littlest Pet Shop
- Lord of the Rings Conquest
- Mass Effect
- Mercenaries 2: World in Flames
- Mirror's Edge
- Need for Speed Undercover
- NHL 09
- Spore Creature Creator
- The Sims 2 Apartment Life Expansion Pack
- The Sims 2 IKEA Home Stuff
- The Sims 2 Mansion & Garden Stuff