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Peter Moore has publicly apologised for April Fools tweets sent out by the official DICE Frostbite account that mocked the Wii U.
Developer DICE has in an almost cruel April Fool taunted Wii U owners with a mock announcement of support for the console.
EA is to stop selling physical PC games through Origin. Yes, EA sold physical PC games through Origin.
DICE has followed news of a delay to Battlefield 4’s Naval Strike DLC on PC by announcing that it will also be late to Xbox One.
Battlefield and Titanfall publisher EA will not be crowned The Consumerist’s Worth Company in America for a third time.
FIFA Ultimate Team is five years old and to celebrate EA COO and former EA Sports boss Peter Moore has unleashed some impressive stats.
Electronic Arts will publish a Titanfall sequel that will likely see release on both Xbox One and PS4, according to multiple reports.
The 2014 Worst Company in America tournament is under way and EA is once again in the running.
Titanfall is comfortably this week’s UK No.1, and boost Xbox One hardware sales by almost 100 per cent.
Electronic Arts is the latest big name to pledge their support for this year's MCV Awards.
PopCap has suffered an unspecified number of layoffs, publisher EA has confirmed.
Having been unplayable for a period overnight on Xbox Live, now the PC version of Titanfall is experiencing issues.
Titanfall’s US launch was last night disrupted after a short stint of Xbox Live downtime.
Titanfall is indisputably great, but the game ultimately will live or die by its online functionality.
Criterion founder Alex Ward has attacked both Nintendo and EA over their treatment of Need for Speed: Most Wanted on Wii U.
Don’t expect to see Sony and Microsoft dropping the price of PS3 and Xbox 360 this side of Christmas.
Denmark-based company GameAnalytics has announced the appointment of PopCap's Allison Bilas as its new vice president of product.
EA has outlined exactly what gamers will be getting if they shell out for Titanfall’s Season Pass.
EA owned studio DICE has once again promised to fix the problems that persist with Battlefield 4.
EA has bundled all three of its Crysis games – and more – in a single digital release.
The press has reacted really positively to the now-ended Titanfall beta – and that seems to have caused upset.
The NBA isn't walking away from future publishing deals with EA – in spite of the disappointing launch of its most recent licensed effort, NBA Live 14.
UPDATE: GAME has also informed MCV that customers who pre-order Titanfall from the retailer will no longer receive beta codes.
Battlefield 4's Second Assault DLC is heading to platforms outside of Xbox One later this month, developer DICE has announced.