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A US law firm is investigating the possibility of suing EA over the technical problems that have beset the launch of Battlefield 4.
Some Xbox One owners have claimed they have been successfully refunded for their Battlefield 4 Premium membership.
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s LGBT Corporate Equality Index has once again handed EA top marks.
DICE may no longer be the sole developer of EA’s Battlefield series.
The simplified architecture of PS4 and Xbox One allowed EA to reach a higher quality benchmark with its launch titles than it managed last time out.
DICE’s ongoing struggle to fix the problems that have affected the many versions of Battlefield 4 show no signs of abating.
The living room dominance Microsoft and Sony experience with consoles will soon be challenged, EA CEO Andrew Wilson reckons.
The launch of Xbox One and PS4 is awash with free games. Or rather, freemium games. Glorified demos that if players want full access to, they’ll have to pay.
Back in April, EA was voted the worst company in America for the second year on the trot.
£3 has been knocked off the price of EA’s PS4 launch lineup on PSN.
EA Sports has apologized to fans for the disappointing state of NBA Live 14, promising updates to improve player experience are on the way.
They say that broadband is the biggest barrier to an all-digital games industry. Others may disagree.
FIFA 14 owners on Xbox One have been warned of two bugs that are currently affecting the game.
Star Wars VII: The Game looks unlikely to be gracing release schedules in late 2015.
The industry’s pre-owned U-turn continues to gather pace.
Battlefield looks unlikely to become an annual release in direct competition to Call of Duty.
One in three PS4 games sold so far in the US has been made by EA.
EA is aware you may have already bought FIFA 14 once, but the arrival of Xbox One and PS4 is a good reason to upgrade.
It has not been a good weekend for Battlefield 4 fans.
Electronic Arts claims a warning that blamed Sony for instability in PlayStation 4 games was posted in error.
Publisher EA has dismissed concerns over falling sales of this year’s biggest games.
EA’s military shooter Battlefield 4 has become the surprise game to knock Nintendo’s Pokemon X & Y from the top of the Media Create charts.
The iOS and Android release for FIFA 14 has been downloaded over 26m times, EA has revealed.
EA is certainly keen to press home the advantages that its next-gen version of FIFA 14 will offer.
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 ...