As teased last week, Electronic Arts and DICE have officially revealed Battlefield V. It’s coming October 19 to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC (Origin). Battlefield V is a return…
You can count on several things in life, like death, taxes, and a new Call of Duty game. Er, I mean Battlefield. The one with the vehicles. Today Electronic Arts…
EA is the latest big name in the gaming industry to throw their weight behind eSports. The company has just announced its own special eSports division, called the Competitive Gaming Division. CGD will be completely dedicated to creating competitions and communities around EA’s biggest titles. Read More
EA is confident about its 2016 releases. COO Peter Moore spoke at the Credit Suisse Technology, Media, and Telecom conference, saying the upcoming games are “an embarrassment of riches.” He continued, “We’ve got some of our core franchises; a new Battlefield coming up, a new Mass Effect title coming up; we actually kick off the year with Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, which we pushed out of FY 16 and into FY 17.
“And we also have Mass Effect Andromeda from our BioWare studio. And Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 is shipping in Q4 of this [fiscal] year.”
Battlefield and Mass Effect are both established series with large fanbases. EA has already confirmed that the new Battlefield will be a military game, as opposed to Battlefield Hardline’s urban cops vs. crooks gameplay. Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare is a hit game for family co-op, and hopefully the sequel will be just as good.
Moore also reaffirmed that a sequel to Titanfall is in the works for the next fiscal year.
As you may already know, after many months of mounting excitement in the media, the PlayStation 4 is finally here. It’s hard to keep track of all the stories, features, games, and reviews.
Here’s what you need to know about the newest-generation console from Sony. Read More