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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.
During this year's E3 press conference hosted by Electronic Arts, the most anticipated game under E3's properties was present... but it wasn't what everyone was expecting.
EA is bringing Mirror's Edge 2 to E3 2014. This afternoon they released a lone piece of concept art from the much-anticipated sequel.
Nearly 10 minutes of new footage has surfaced for Battlefield: Hardline, the upcoming first-person shooter from Visceral and Electronic Arts.
Electronic Arts opened up their chest and revealed that under the black, oily machine that pumps multinational currency through their veins, there is a heart... a heart that cares.
Well, Electronic Arts and their ball-and-chained studios aren't just limiting Battlefield's Frostbite-tuned engine to modern military warfare... they're branching out in ways many of us feel is long overdue.
The World Cup season is heating up and, to celebrate, Electronic Arts has announced EA Sports FIFA 14 Ultimate Team: World Cup, a brand new (and free!) expansion set to give players the virtual experience of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
EA is shutting down multiplayer servers for 50 games on June 30th. The long list of affected games include some of the best multiplayer titles ever published by the company.
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.