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The Sims franchise seems to always be scrambling around for new content to keep their heavily-addicted Sim-players happy. The Sims has just announced a new game pack called The Sims Dine Out and it will give players a chance to dip their toes into the food business or dine out in style.
Electronic Arts hasn't been pushing too much into the VR space as some other publishers and technology companies, but that's because they're focusing more on creating a very serious foundation for some impressive sounding technologies within the VR space.
One of the most liked trailers in the history of YouTube and one of the most anticipated shooters due out this fall, almost didn't happen. That's right, Battlefield 1 was almost going to be another sci-fi shooter on the line of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare if the executives at EA had their way.
Whether youíre new to Star Wars Battlefront or are an old hand who simply hasnít picked up the gameís Outer Rim DLC just yet, youíll want to be sure to boot up the game over the weekend to experience that very content free of charge.
Replacing a flamethrower with a minigun, the Zeppelin with a blimp, and an air carrier with a yacht, machinima maker J57F managed to make due with some quirky objects and items to recreate the Battlefield 1 trailer in GTA V.
Donít deny it; everyone who has played The Sims has done it once or twice. Well, living vicariously through your Sims characters is nothing to be ashamed of and the best way to tell is to start with the basics.†
EA is apparently working on a couple of super-secret games, but it looks like we wonít be hearing anything about them for quite some time. The first mystery project isnít due out until sometime next year, while the other will require quite a bit longer wait, not coming until 2020.
Back in college, I used to play Call Of Duty and Battlefield Bad Company 2 on my Xbox 360. At the time, I didnít see a difference in the two. But today, the two franchises couldnít be further from each other. And Battlefieldís most recent reveal has me hooked so badly, I canít stop rewatching the reveal trailer.
In the case of the recently revealed Battlefield 1 trailer, the numbers donít lie. Not only has the trailer been viewed about 20 million times, but it looks like FPS fans are really, really excited to return to the past for the next installment in the popular series.
Despite having fanboys on either side of the titanic properties, Call of Duty and Battlefield, the developers of both franchises managed to put their rivalries aside to give praise to the latest games that have been unveiled. In this case, the Call of Duty developers gave a fedora tip to DICE's Battlefield 1 reveal.
You can basically chalk up your entire weekend to being little more than a collage of Battlefield 1 news, because DICE and EA are making darn sure that everyone knows about their World War I first-person shooter. With that said, they recently unveiled the Collector's and Deluxe Editions of the game.
Electronic Arts and DICE haven't wasted any time at all in promoting the pre-order bonuses for the upcoming October release of Battlefield 1. The digital pre-order bonuses are limited to early access, themes and a content pack for both the Xbox One and PS4.
Seeing as how the recently revealed Battlefield 1 will boast an online competitive mode, it should surprise no one that the game will have a beta period leading up to the final Oct. 21 release. But thanks to a press release from EA, we now know one way folks can get in on that beta testing nice and early.
Publishers and console manufacturers have been wanting to move to an ďall digital futureĒ for quite some time, but national network infrastructure and consumer resistance has prevented that from happening. Well, EA thinks that it will eventually happen and that consoles will stop being produced.
Electronic Arts and DICE announced that the newest Battlefield game is not called Battlefield 5, but rather Battlefield 1. The game hearkens back to the age of World War I, and the trailer sets the tone for the gritty new first-person shooter.