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Mirror’s Edge is the next game IP to get the screen treatment, although this time it’s for TV as opposed to the cinema.
The man who helped define Madden and EA Sports has left the company.
EA’s Battlefield 1 has teamed up with Xbox One for its marketing push – a fact that EA says will not dent the game’s commercial prospects.
It’s been a huge commercial success, but from the off Star Wars Battlefront has been criticised for its lack of a meaningful single player mode.
The next project from Unravel developer Coldwood Interactive is going to be launching courtesy of EA.
The first person shooter market is large enough to sustain both of EA’s Q4 releases – and their competitors – later this year.
EA has said that a sequel to Star Wars: Battlefront will be released in 2017.
Two of this year’s biggest Q4 FPS releases are experiencing very different fortunes on YouTube.
The next entry in EA’s Battlefield series is taking the franchise to World War One and will be hitting shelves this October.
Another Star Wars outing is to emerge from the loins of the EA-Disney video games agreement, this time from Titanfall developer Respawn.
EA’s first-person parkour title Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is being moved out of its May release window.
Two years after we first learned that plans for the game were in place, Titanfall 2 has at last been officially announced.
A pro-Donald Trump campaign video modelled around the trailer for EA’s Mass Effect 2 has been forced offline by the publisher.
GamesRadar+'s reviews editor is now self-employed, EA names Laura Miele as EVP of global publishing and IO poaches Ubisoft director Ryan Barnard.
An EA survey has suggested that Mass Effect Andromeda might take a somewhat surprising narrative route.
FIFA publisher EA has announced that Laura Miele is joining its executive leadership team next month.
UFC fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov has lambasted EA for giving his avatar a religiously inappropriate celebration in UFC 2.
MCV speaks to Rich Taylor, the senior vice president of E3 organiser ESA, about the recent loss of Activision and EA from the expo’s show floor.
Electronic Arts is the second major third-party publisher to develop a Virtual Reality project.
EA’s Plants vs Zombies series is branching out into a third genre.
A defiant ESA, the organiser of E3, says the LA expo is ‘essential and critical’ to the games industry.
Disgraced Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson is being expunged from the world of games.
The next instalment in BioWare’s epic sci-fi RPG series will miss its Christmas 2016 release date.
A listing for the as-of-yet unannounced Battlefield 5 has turned up online, complete with a very surprising detail.