Electronic Arts published its second quarter results yesterday, showing sales figures sliding downwards, but still beating its revenue and earnings forecast.Read More »
It redefines the gaming space, it reminds us of the kind of deals that are possible, it makes us wonder, if this, then what next?Read More »
EA has removed the in-game advertisements from UFC 4, following a backlash from players.Read More »
Head over to www.womeningamesawards.com to enter either yourself or your colleagues.Read More »
EA follows up on #RaisetheGame pledge and it’s Positive Play Charter by supporting the Women In Games Awards 2020
"There is still work to be done, but with an open minded approach and a clear commitment to this being a priority I am optimistic about what the future holds."Read More »
“It’s our responsibility to create safe, fun and inclusive environments for our players” – Can EA’s Positive Play Charter tackle toxicity in games?
"Racism, sexism, homophobia and abuse have no place in our community, and will not be tolerated"Read More »
“We’re not looking for a particular number, or a particular genre of game. We’re interested in the best and boldest studios” – EA’s Originals Recipe
We talk to Steve Pointon about what the biggest of publishers can offer even the smallest of developers.Read More »
EA expands cross-platform support on Switch and Steam – and EA access will launch on Steam in ‘late summer’
Last night’s EA Play Live 2020 helped make the week feel a little bit more E3.Read More »
Repeat offenders will have their accounts terminatedRead More »
Gaming presses pause in respect of US protests – Activision joins EA and PlayStation – but what about the other ‘E3’ shows?
Multiple gaming giants have announced the delay of major announcements over the last 24 hours. Activision, PlayStation and EA lead the move, with all three postponing events which were to have taken place this week, in response to the continuing protests in the US after the death of George Floyd. …Read More »