The crisis-hit retailer has missed out on high-profile releases from the publisher, such as Mass Effect 3 and FIFA Street, but could add its line-up to stores as early as Monday (April 16), VG247 reports.
GAME exited administration earlier this month following a buyout from OpCapita. A flurry of publishers have resumed their support for the chain since the announcement.
Earlier this week, it was reported that the company's financial crisis drove yearly video game sales down by 34%. However, it should be noted that overall sales in the UK were in decline prior to GAME's collapse.
GAME has not stocked an EA title since February's SSX. The publisher's titles accounted for a third of all video game sales in March.
The retailer is yet to officially confirm its plans to resume selling EA stock.