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Does Origin have a backup/restore feature like Steam?

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User Info: Benjamin_Button

Benjamin_Button
4 years ago#1
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User Info: Dragnfyr

Dragnfyr
4 years ago#2
No. It's one of Origin's biggest shortcomings compared to Steam.
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User Info: ArthasReborn

ArthasReborn
4 years ago#3
You can save the installers and it goes to the game directory, I think. After downloading though, I believe you're out of luck.
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YoungAdultLink
4 years ago#4
Kinda-sorta. When I upgraded from XP to 7 on my desktop I stuck Burnout Paradise and Crysis 2 on my external drive, along with all the stuff I wanted on steam. When I went to reinstall everything, Origin detected my Crysis 2 files and just slapped what it needed to into my registry. If I want to play Burnout Paradise, though, I'm gonna have to redownload.
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