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Who would’ve thought, five years ago, that a new Star Wars title would be one of the most anticipated games of 2015?
EA is looking into ‘any and all opportunities’ to develop software for Nintendo’s upcoming new hardware, the NX.
Publisher EA now expects upcoming shooter Star Wars: Battlefront to sell 13m units this financial year.
EA has delayed the release of Mirror’s Edge Catalyst.
Red Fly Studios was once making a Darth Maul game for PS3, 360 and Wii. Now it wants to bring the project back to life.
Longtime EA executive Tim Wilson has left the publisher to join Glue Mobile as its chief technical officer.
HD remakes of last-gen EA titles now look pretty unlikely.
Rumour has it that a new Force Awakens trailer will be unleashed upon us today, but in the interim there’s another live-action Star Wars trailer to enjoy.
Sports, shooting, mobile – EA is at the top of its game in many genres, but the open-world action genre is one in which it admits it falls short.
EA has revealed that more than 9 million gamers tried the beta for the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront.
It’s going to cost in the region of £90 to see everything that Star Wars battlefront has to offer at launch.
Sims fans will have to wait an extra couple of weeks to party on down.
Six YouTube stars known for their hugely popular FIFA videos have been targeted by hackers.
FIFA’s week-one sales were down seven per cent compared with the year before.
Electronic Arts has partnered with theme park Great America of California to construct a brand new attraction based on the Mass Effect franchise.
EA’s FIFA 16 has claimed its obligatory UK No.1 at the first time of asking following its release last Thursday.
FIFA 16 is favourite finish 2015 as the UK’s top selling game, according to Betway.
The boss of whatever is left of Maxis, Lucy Bradshaw, is leaving EA after 23 years.
EA Access will add Battlefield Hardline to its library of free games next month, according to a listing on the service.
GAME is hoping to tempt gamers off the bench for the midnight release of FIFA 16.
Tensions between EA and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) have boiled over once again.
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.
One of the App Store’s earliest success stories is among a list of older smartphone games being killed by publisher EA.
EA COO Peter Moore has spoken openly about the representation and treatment of women in the games industry.