Oh this is big news (sort of). Electronic Arts has apparently been gearing up for a big E3 this year, prepping to showcase some amazing new titles for console and PC gamers, one of which will be the highly anticipated Star Wars: Battlefront from DICE.
Reuters is reporting that Electronic Arts and Comcast – one of which was a two-time running champion as the Worst Company in America, and the other who recently won as the Worst Company in America – have joined forces.
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare gets a Wild West-themed bit of DLC called Zomboss Down. Better still, this bad boy is a free download for those who already own the game.
IGN is reporting that Electronic Arts is actually looking into saving the Battlefield games that run on the GameSpy services, following the announcement that GameSpy is shutting down their online services at the end of May.
A few screenshots and videos have emerged for the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall. A lot of gamers have been questioning how the past-gen game will compare to its new-gen counterpart.
The Wii U was on the receiving end of a rather scathing bit of prankery at the digital fingertips of the Frostbite Twitter account, which put into the public domain some unsavory statements that had Nintendo fanboys and Wii U aficionados up in arms.
April Fool's Day is my least favorite holiday. If I had any doubts about this fact, the fake Knights of the Old Republic 3 announcement confirmed it.
Thirteen1 caught Tweets – now deleted, of course – from the Frostbite Twitter account exclaiming that Half Life 3 and Frostbite games were coming to the Wii U.
If you've managed to avoid playing Dead Space all the years, EA is now rewarding you for your laziness. They're giving away the survival horror game for free.
The results are in and The Consumerist's Worst Company in America Award is currently taking place to determine who royally screwed up to take home the golden dookie award, and sadly it won't be Electronic Arts.
So you just dropped $400 on a brand new console. You just dropped $60 on a brand new game. You just dropped $40 extra on Premium content (a 100KB download by the way). You boot up the game. You play the game. You pause the game. BAM! You just got hit with an in-game ad. Seriously?
A former developer working on EA's Need For Speed: Most Wanted U has spilled the beans on the developer/publisher/manufacturer relationship between the team working on the game, Electronic Arts and Nintendo.
Turns out, the Titanfall livery for the Xbox One is real, just like the bundle, but you won't be able to buy it.
Due out on disc and digitally for Xbox One, PC and Xbox 360, Respawn Entertainment sent out word that their highly anticipated first-person shooter, and publicly proclaimed killer-app for the Xbox One, has officially gone gold.
Major “Flip Switcher” Nelson took to his website to confirm that the beta for Titanfall is now open to everyone. This was followed by Respawn's CEO Vince Zampella confirming that the PC version will also go open beta as well.