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EA CEO John Riccitiello says that the November marketing battle between Call of Duty and Battlefield will cost hundreds of millions as dollars.
Ben Cousins, the man behind EA's successful forays into the free-to-play games market, has announced his departure from the publisher.
EA’s development studio DICE has put its rivals in the firing line again.
In a frank and honest admission, publisher THQ has revealed its aspirations for upcoming shooter Homefront to compete with the very biggest names in the first person shooter sector.
Vince Zampella agreed to delay Call of Duty DLC so EA could release a game unchallenged, an internal email has alleged.
Electronic Arts has started its own DLC sale on the Xbox Live Marketplace.
EA CEO John Riccitiello has launched his most scathing attack on the Call of Duty franchise yet, criticising both developer Treyarch and Activision's leading executives.
Microsoft has announced a raft of content that will be made available on Xbox Live over the Christmas holidays.
John Riccitiello has a plan to outsell Call of Duty: “Make a better game. And make a better game again.”
Over 250,000 players have signed up to Battlefield Play4Free since the game was announced earlier this month.
Having this morning confirmed a brand new, free-to-play instalment of its popular Battlefield series, publisher EA has said that the emergence of such titles threatens to rock the world ...
EA will tomorrow announce a brand new game in the Battlefield series, it has been confirmed.
EA has revealed solid sales numbers for its resurrection of the Medal of Honor franchise, with the game having shifted 2m copies since its release last month.
EA Mobile has confirmed an iPhone and iPod Touch release for Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
EA unveiled the DLC sequel to Battlefield: Bad Company 2 last night - a Vietnam multplayer expansion pack.
Electronic Arts detailed a new reward program for players of its big budget action shooters at E3 yesterday.
Publisher EA has conceded that Battlefield: Bad Company 2 won’t outsell its direct rival Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 this time out – but its believes the foundations have ...
Though some market-leading military shooters have experienced a turbulent start to 2010, the success story that is EA’s Battlefield franchise continues to power on.
The first paid-for DLC for EA’s Battlefield: Bad Company 2 has been revealed – and it’s called the Kit Upgrade DLC.
The studio behind the successful Battlefield franchise has said that it never wants to charge gamers for post-release map DLC.
Right from the off, EA hasn’t been afraid to be honest about its lofty ambitions for Battlefield: Bad Company 2, and four weeks on from its release DICE’s shooter ...
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 has already sold 2.3m units having been on the market for just two weeks.