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Did you notice how there was precisely zero fuss made about the female star who appeared in the Mass Effect Andromeda trailer? Pretty cool, huh?
In 2014 Criterion revealed that it was working on an extreme sports vehicle title with more than a hint of Burnout about it. Now it’s not clear whether we’ll ever ...
Each and every year, around E3 time, EA reveals what’s new with the latest FIFA.
Do you remember when EA ‘wasn’t at E3’?
New footage for sci-fi RPG Mass Effect: Andromeda was amongst EA’s announcements during its EA Play conference yesterday.
EA is injecting some new-ness into this year’s FIFA with the addition of a story mode called The Journey.
EA kicked off its Play event yesterday with further details about the sequel to 2014’s mech-shooter Titanfall.
At last night’s EA Play, the publisher brought us up to speed about the Star Wars projects it has in the pipeline.
EA’s Play event yesterday may have focused on big blockbuster brands, but the publishing giant is looking to work more with smaller developers, too.
EA kicked of E3 on Sunday afternoon, with a conference filled with big blockbusters, if not any real surprises.
Publishing giant EA is giving away $1m to five different charities, one of which is the UK’s very own SpecialEffect.
We try not to feature EA in our E3 MCV edition.
This year’s FIFA instalment will be the first built on the Frostbite 3 engine, EA has announced.
An unofficial sequel to Pandemic and LucasArts’ Star Wars Battlefront 2 is apparently coming to PC.
Motive Studios and Visceral Games GM Jade Raymond has assured fans that work continues on EA’s mystery Star Wars game.
EA’s ongoing efforts to make its games as inclusive as possible continue with news that The Sims 4 is opening up even more of its gender play.
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.