EA Asking For User Feedback Regarding Origin

By Colin Tan on May 3, 2012, 10:10AM EDT
PC

Publishing giant Electronic Arts have an online distributing platform. It's called Origin. Reception of the service has been somewhat mixed. Actually, many a vocal user think it's pretty crap. Realizing this, EA have extended an invitation for user feedback in hopes of improving Origin even further.

Origin is all kinds of new, meaning it still needs quite a bit of tweaking and adjusting, and a whole lot of spit-shine, in order to catch up with its contemporaries - mostly Steam, really.

Writing in a blog entry titled Continuing the Origin Conversation, EA are asking users what their favourite Origin feature is, and what feature they'd like to see added or improved. Moreover, EA will be hosting a live Q&A session with Origin Creative Director Robert Kissinger and Product Manager Mike Lewis on May 8 at 10 AM PST.

At this time of writing, the blog post has garnered 445 comments from users eager to see the service improved. What would you like to see added to Origin? Personally, a clock and more responsive in-game overlay would be rather nice.

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