Posts Tagged ‘EA’

Battlefront 2 Gets New Trailer And Details

by Todd Blackon June 11, 2017
While E3 technically hasn’t started yet, that didn’t stop Electronic Arts from unveiling a lot of games in a special event just before it, as well as going into detail about one of the most anticipated games of the the years in Star Wars Battlefront 2. DICE is once again taking us to a Galaxy […]

Mass Effect Andromeda (Xbox One) Review

by Nathan Gibsonon April 13, 2017
Taking place not long after the events of the first Mass Effect game, Andromeda sees the player taking on the role one of two Ryder twins as part of the Initiative. This new mission is a plan to leave the Milky Way galaxy and colonize a new collection of planets in the Andromeda galaxy. It’s […]

New Star Wars Battlefront II Trailer Leaks Early

by Nathan Gibsonon April 12, 2017
Update: EA has already begun taking down the leaked trailer from sites. It was only revealed in the past few weeks that Star Wars Battlefront II would be releasing this year, though, very little other information about the DICE developed game was given out by EA. Announcing the game for release later this year, EA […]

Future Battlefield 1 DLC Revealed

by Nathan Gibsonon February 28, 2017
EA and DICE have unveiled the upcoming downloadable content that will be coming to Battlefield 1 in the coming months. The first piece of content is the They Shall Not Pass pack that is due to release this month, which will be followed by three more pieces of content over the following months. As has […]

FIFA 18 Coming To Nintendo Switch

by Nathan Gibsonon February 8, 2017
When the Nintendo Switch was officially unveiled a few weeks ago, EA confirmed that they would be working on a custom version of FIFA specifically for the console. This led to concerns that the game would not be the fully title as will be available on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One but rather a […]

Lead Portal Designer Kim Swift Joins EA’s Motive Studio

by Nathan Gibsonon January 20, 2017
Kim Swift, the woman who led development on the highly acclaimed Portal, has joined EA’s Motive studio in Montreal, taking up a new role as a design director. She will worker under Jade Raymond and be part of the collaboration between Motive and Visceral Games, working on the Star Wars project that is headed by […]

Players Can Craft Their Own Weapons In Mass Effect: Andromeda

by Nathan Gibsonon January 19, 2017
In what will be a first for the franchise, Mass Effect: Andromeda will give players the ability to craft their own weapons and give them personalized names. Ian S. Frazier, the lead designer for the game, made the revelation on Twitter whilst confirming that the customization options would also be available for melee weapons. PRO […]

FIFA 17 Update Brings Changes To Ultimate Team And Career Mode

by Nathan Gibsonon January 18, 2017
FIFA 17 has received a brand new update that brings a number of changes. The update, which is live now, will be automatically downloaded when players load up the game. The 1GB patch brings a number of changes to Ultimate Team, Career Mode, and some minor presentation and gameplay changes. The full changelog can be […]

You Can Try Titanfall 2’s Multiplayer For Free This Week

by Nathan Gibsonon November 29, 2016
EA is attempting to get more players hooked on Titanfall 2 by offering everyone the chance to try out the multiplayer modes in the game this week completely free of charge. According to the publisher, the trial will become available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One from December 2, while EA Access subscribers can […]

First Titanfall 2 DLC Drops Next Week

by Nathan Gibsonon November 25, 2016
The first piece of downloadable content for Titanfall 2 is due to be released next week. The Respawn Entertainment first-person shooter will receive an update on December 3, providing a number of fixes and additional content, including Angel City – a map that featured in its predecessor. However, anyone who pre-ordered the game will get […]

Titanfall 2 Sales Struggle, Battlefield 1 Has Strong Launch

by Nathan Gibsonon October 31, 2016
It seems like Titanfall 2 will fail to meet the expectations of publisher EA and analysts, with research firm Cowen & Company reporting that the sales projection for the game has been dramatically reduced since its release last week. According to the company, the shooter is only expected to sell around 5 million copies, a […]


Battlefield 1 EA Access Trial Goes Live Early

by Nathan Gibsonon October 12, 2016
Players who have an EA Access subscription can get hold of the Battlefield 1 trial a day earlier than expected, as the game has now gone live on the system and is now available to download. It was initially due to go online on October 13. According to reports, the trial comes in at 44.95 […]