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EA’s decision to hold fire on Wii U development is the biggest indication yet to how poor the console’s launch has been.
Former EA UK man Kevin Flynn has leapt over the sandbags of Battlefield’s barracks to become senior brand manager for Call of Duty.
Nintendo’s Wii U has been delivered yet another piece of bad news.
It was once heralded as a significant step forward by a number of publisher execs, but now EA’s Online Pass is no more.
A brand new office is being opened in LA specifically to work on Star Wars titles.
A version of DICE’s impressive Frostbite engine is being developed for mobile and tablet platforms.
EA Sports executive vice president Andrew Wilson has sold more than $687k worth of company shares – a move apparently prompted by the publisher’s recent stock market rise.
It has been confirmed that the new Star Wars games coming from EA studios DICE and Visceral won’t be available on Wii U.
Publisher EA has said it won’t be releasing any Star Wars games in its current fiscal year, which ends March 31st 2014.
Sir Alex Ferguson might be calling time on his relationship with the beautiful game, but EA wants its love affair to continue.
America’s ongoing struggle to rationalise its gun laws has now affected the video game space.
FIFA 13 has topped its predecessor, selling 14.5m units during EA’s fiscal year 2013.
Battlefield 3 Premium has generated $120m for EA since its launch.
SimCity has sold 1.6m copies since navigating through and recovering from a “challenging” launch – according to the game's publisher, EA.
SimCity studio Maxis has revealed that The Sims 4 is in the works.
EA will be going to a galaxy far, far away again more often, following a major publishing agreement with Disney.
Madden NFL 25 has become the latest EA game to skip a release on Wii U.
Those sleuths over at US site Kotaku believes it has all the information about a major new Xbox exclusive.
FIFA 14 was announced last week and despite several new enhancements and game play mechanics, it does share one key trait with its predecessor: it’s following a remarkably tough act.
They may be the highest rated sports games in history, but EA is never truly happy with its FIFA titles.
Publisher EA has confirmed an “an organisational restructure” that is feared to have led to hundreds of job losses.
But isn’t free-to-play supposed to mean the death of retail?
EA is reportedly set to close EA Partners, the firm’s program for providing contract-based publishing services for third-party developers.
The 2.0 patch released for SimCity has, according to some users, caused new problems with the game.