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All it will take is one ‘killer’ game for open-source OS Linux for the platform to make a significant mark on gaming.
Ill-fated publisher THQ was once the target for a possible acquisition at the hands of EA, court documents have revealed.
London-based Leyton Orient may be sitting top of League One, but that’s no thanks to EA’s FIFA 14 according to the club’s owners.
Dust 514 developer CCP Games has hired EA’s former free-to-play specialist, Jean-Charles Gaudechon.
The single player component of Battlefield 4 will feel quite different from what was offered in Battlefield 3, DICE has said.
Maxis general manager Lucy Bradshaw has been promoted to senior vice president at Electronic Arts.
Thanks to yesterday’s release of the Battlefield 4 beta, we’ve now got a better idea than ever about how the next-gen and current-gen versions of Battlefield 4 compare.
Graphics card manufacturer AMD spent between $5m and $8m to secure its Battlefield 4 partnership, a new report has claimed.
Grand Theft Auto V has been knocked off the top of the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40 in only its second week.
EA has reportedly decided to shut down its mobile-focused studio in North Carolina.
EA has canceled its annual collegiate American football title through at least next year.
One of the biggest releases of the year arrived at midnight last night, but retail is again playing it safe with its pricing for FIFA 14.
The attacking potency of forward players in FIFA 14 is likely to be toned down in a future update to the game.
While Britons patiently wait until tonight's midnight launches for EA Sports' hotly anticipated blockbuster, some Europeans have already got their hands on it.
Legendary designer Shigeru Miyamoto has been accused of dropping the ball by EA’s chief creative officer Richard Hilleman.
Apple has swiftly denied a statement from Electronic Arts’ executive Frank Gibeau that the iOS device-maker paid EA to delay the Android release of Plants vs Zombies 2.
‘Hundreds’ of GAME stores will be opening on Thursday night for the midnight release of EA’s FIFA 14.
The console and mobile games markets are very different beasts. But that isn’t stopping the industry’s biggest publishers bringing their blockbusters to the small screen.
Supermarket behemoth Tesco has detailed its promotional plans for the launch of FIFA 14.
Gamers on the continent intending to upgrade key games from current to next-gen have been given another option by retailer GameStop.
Updated kits and squad rosters are the only addition to the 3DS version of FIFA 14.
From Battlefield to Titanfall, EA has a huge line-up of triple-A next-gen blockbusters.
Another option has been offered for those hoping to upgrade to the next-gen versions of EA’s upcoming games.
EA's Patrick Soderlund talks Call of Duty, not messing up Star Wars and love for PlayStation in the latest edition of MCV.