Entries in 'battlefield' (80)
Former EA UK man Kevin Flynn has leapt over the sandbags of Battlefield’s barracks to become senior brand manager for Call of Duty.
The man behind Ted, Battleship and, erm, You, Me and Dupree, is working on the Gears of War movie.
EA has revealed early details of the Battlefield 4 pre-order packs.
EA has reported a decline in revenues for FY13 Q3 with a surge in digital sales unable to offset a decline in physical games sales.
The Medal of Honor series has been taken “out of rotation” by EA after sales of the most recent release Warfighter were “well below expectations”.
In the third of our four EA interviews, EA Games marketing boss Laura Miele discusses Dead Space, Need for Speed, Medal of Honor and Battlefield 3
Free-to-play is not necessarily a dangerous monster stalking the innocent gamer. But at times it feels like it could be.
EA has confirmed that its paid-for multiplayer Battlefield 3 expansion Battlefield Premium has sold 800,000 subscriptions in its first two weeks.
EA has ramped up the pressure on Activision with a new Battlefield Premium membership service.
The subscription service gives gamers access to all five expansion packs and lets them access ...
EA will at next week’s E3 reveal the Battlefield Premium service, according to a retail listing.
EA may be planning a Call of Duty Elite-style subscription service for Battlefield 3.
Electronic Arts has released The Ultimate Shortcut Bundle for Battlefield 3 – which costs a whopping 3200 Microsoft points.
Future entries in the Battlefield series could feature a subscription model, according to an EA exec.
A 2012 release schedule from a major UK High Street retailer obtained by MCV has mentioned two new titles for the first time.
A trio of developers at Stockholm studio EA DICE have quit to join nearby outfit Ngmoco Sweden.
Electronic Arts has announced sales of its blockbuster first-person shooter have surpassed the eight million milestone.
Electronic Arts flanks UK High Streets today as Battlefield 3 rumbles onto shelves.
The arrival of Battlefield 3 next week doesn’t just mark the culmination of EA’s campaign to unseat Activision’s yearly Call of Duty colossus. It’s a calculated attack on the most ...
EA is bolstering its mobile offering with new versions of its major franchises coming to the iPad and iPhone.
EA Games president Frank Gibeau has once again stated that Mirror’s Edge 2 hasn’t been “killed.”
Call of Duty currently holds what appears to be an unassailable position atop of the console FPS genre, but EA seriously believes its upcoming Battlefield 3 can threaten its dominance.
Battlefield 3 is getting an early push from EA with an FA Cup debut this weekend.
A slice of action from Battlefield 3 was debuted to the MCV Awards crowd last night - and you can relive the clip below.