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13m copies of Star Wars Battlefront has been sold into stores, boosting EA’s revenue to £1.8bn.
Developer Ghost Games has said that microtransactions will not be included in the upcoming Need for Speed, nor does it plan to charge for DLC.
Need for Speed developer Ghost Games has announced the PC version won't make it out alongside its console counterparts this November.
EA has given some details about its new Need for Speed title at its E3 media briefing.
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Star Wars Battlefront, Need For Speed – EA’s E3 conference this year is set to be an unmissable event.
EA’s blockbuster E3 press conference will take place on Monday June 15th, at 9pm UK time, or 1pm LA time.
EA’s Need for Speed reboot will require an online connection to play.
It appears that the release date for EA’s new Need for Speed game has been revealed.
After skipping a brand new entry in the Need For Speed franchise in 2014, EA has announced that this year's return to the franchise will be a reboot.
Q4 was more prosperous for EA than the publisher had predicted, with GAAP revenues of $1.19bn.
EA has announced plans to release Need for Speed Rivals: Complete Edition next month.
Putting the brakes on its annual release schedule was the best way to stop Need For Speed stagnating again.
The third and final MCV @ Gamescom daily magazine is out right now for you to read online.
Criterion Games is working on a new first-person extreme sports game.
For the first time since 1996, there will be no new Need for Speed game on shelves this year.
Criterion founder Alex Ward has attacked both Nintendo and EA over their treatment of Need for Speed: Most Wanted on Wii U.
UPDATE: EA has told MCV that Need for Speed has NOT become an EA Sports game, blaming "confusion" for the claim in Polygon's piece. Matt Bilbey will be involved with ...
Need for Speed: Most Wanted did not put in the commercial performance on Wii U that EA was hoping for.
Although there’s a certain amount of cryptic messaging to get past, it looks like EA’s next-gen racer is looking impressive on PS4 - going by what critics have been shown ...
The Need for Speed IP is now under the creative control of EA’s Gothenburg-based studio Ghost Games.
Racing fans will be able to play as undercover cops in this year's Need For Speed as EA expands the games careers option.
Electronic Arts showed off the first footage of the latest Need For Speed at tonight's E3 press conference.