While I do NOT know what GameFly's versions of those use...
....MOST recent EA games on 3rd party services (except Steam) optionally do normally activate-up Origin and/or flat-out require Origin.
To add to this, it's kinda hit and miss w/ EA Games.
MOST EA games released AFTER BF3 require Origin.
MANY EA games released BEFORE BF3 are optional to activate on Origin.
If you buy Steam-versions of EA games directly through Steam, some of these can also optionally activate up on Origin.
Burnout: Paradise and DAO: Ultimate are two I can think of that work of like this.
MOH: Airbourne from Steam DOES NOT activate up on Origin.
Speaking from experience here.
Well I knew that much. :P
Though I was asking if GameFly gives a Steam key or just an Origin redeemable download/key, since I believe they came out before EA put their titles on complete Origin lock down. It seems possible, even if less likely they could give a Steam version. Some people have already purchased the bundle so I figured someone could tell me.
I guess it was a little unclear, my apologies.
EDIT: Looked into it a bit myself, I guess GameFly has their own client for the games, but they should be redeemable on Origin as well. For $8 I suppose I'll get it and find out.
Also, I guess Dragon Age 2 didn't completely miss the EA lock down, even thought it was before BF3 it's not available on Steam period.
Edited by Kyroxia, 08 February 2013 - 07:52 PM.
Found some info