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Following up on the bomb about why Need For Speed, the 2015 reboot, needed to be always-on, the executive producer for the game tried to soften the blow by explaining how the game will approach new content for the title.
Ubisoft released a new Rainbow Six: Siege trailer during Microsoft's GamesCom 2015 press conference, highlighting the GCGN and showing off some of the tactical team executions and squad mechanics in the upcoming first-person shooter.
The Need For Speed is a series that seems to have been on a downward slope for many years now. The quality of the titles vary wildly from each release and the game seems to swing like a pendulum when it comes to fun versus frustration. Well, Ghost Games explains what the biggest problem was for the series and how they're planning on rectifying that problem.
Get ready to take to the skies, Star Wars fans, because it looks like EA and DICE have a brand new mode for Battlefront that will allow you to take part in fast-paced dogfights behind the controls of some of your favorite series crafts.
Bizarrely enough, this year we've seen several popular AAA shooters being transformed into free-to-play options. Titanfall is the next on the list with EA having partnered with Nexon to create a special free-to-play version of the shooter to appeal to the Asian market.
It might not be the Star Wars: Battlefront trailer that we've been waiting for, but this tiny teaser will have to do.
NHL 94 is one of the most beloved titles in video game history, and its influence is still being felt in modern gaming. But the game's backstory might force you to rethink everything you know about video game development. Here's the gist: it was programmed in a barn on the Maine coast by a dude who didn't know anything about hockey.
Originally, the whistleblower made the information known on a Reddit post called “Of Corruption in the Australian Games Industry” following the strong call for transparency and disclosure from the #GamerGate movement.
Madden could be getting some unexpected competition soon. This weekend former NFL quarterback Joe Montana teased the return of the football game series named after him.
EA and Visceral Games are continuing to move forward with fixing up Battlefield: Hardline after receiving plenty of user feedback. A lot of the changes almost make the game seem like it's heading ever-so-close to being a Call of Duty clone.
Electronic Arts has been under the microscope ever since their infamous run as the two-time running Worst Company in America. While they no longer hold such a disparaging moniker to the company's name, they sometimes carry out antics that might lead people to believe that they haven't completely changed from their old ways.
Given the difficulty of getting into the beta, there are some gamers who took it upon themselves to live-stream their play-time with Hardline and share their awesomeness with the world.
Visceral Games has taken an opportunity with the Frostbite engine to attempt to keep things even across the board between PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gamers.
EA is going for something a little bit different this year, if the message of their 2014 press conference is to be believed. New directions for old franchises, unexpected turns for some new IPs, and even a different approach to how they got the news to the masses Monday afternoon.
During their presentation at E3 this week, EA announced that The Sims 4's official release date (for PC, in North America) is September 2. In addition to announcing this highly anticipated piece of news, there was also a game play presentation, which EA has been kind enough to put online for our viewing pleasure. Check it out below.