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Burnout Paradise Remastered Will Not Have Microtransactions

02/21/2018, Yesterday it was announced that EA would be launching Burnout Paradise Remastered. Given how common in-game purchases are these days, you can imagine that many weren’t thrilled when they discovered that the game’s official store listing mentioned...

Burnout Paradise Remastered For PS4 And Xbox One Announced

02/20/2018, Electronic Arts’ studio Criterion Games has announced today that it’s going to launch Burnout Paradise Remastered for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next month. The title will invite players to “wreak havoc and unleash automotive anarchy...


Disney Rumored To Ditch EA For Star Wars Games

02/14/2018, EA has held on to its licensing agreement with Disney for Star Wars games but that agreement may be coming to an end if a new rumor circulating online is to be believed. Disney and EA signed an exclusive multi-year licensing agreement in 2013 for multiple...

DICE Looking To Crack Down On Battlefield 1 Cheaters

02/06/2018, As fun as multiplayer games are, there is also the inevitability of meeting people who don’t play nice, whether it be trolling, griefing, harassing, or straight out cheating. This is something that gamers need to deal with with online games, although...

BioWare’s ‘Anthem’ Release Has Been Pushed To 2019

01/31/2018, Last year at E3 2017, EA and BioWare unveiled a new sci-fi IP called “Anthem” which was initially slated for a 2018 release. However for those who were pretty excited about the upcoming game and are looking forward to playing it this year, you’ll be...

Microsoft Reportedly Considering (Or Considered) Acquiring EA

01/29/2018, EA is one of the biggest publishers in the video game industry, if not the biggest publisher, which means that under their banner there are a ton of games, and apparently this is something that Microsoft could be interested in. This is according to a...

Battlefield 1 To Release One Of Its Premium Maps For Free This Week

01/15/2018, The thing about games these days is that developers and publishers love to create DLCs for them, in which they then charge gamers extra to gain access to new content for the game. Of course not all gamers see the need to pay for DLCs, and for some they...

Need for Speed Payback Online Free Roam Mode Coming Later This Year

01/01/2018, Need for Speed Payback players have long requested that they be given an online free roam mode. Their wishes will come true in 2018. It has been confirmed by EA and Ghost Games that Need for Speed Payback is going to receive an online free roam mode later...

Star Wars Battlefront 2 Gets Content From The Last Jedi

12/14/2017, The much awaited upcoming Star Wars movie is going to open in cinemas across the globe tomorrow. Ahead of the movie’s release, EA has now released the first free season of Star Wars Battlefront 2 which brings content from the upcoming movie, Star...

Battlefield’s 2018 Title Expected To Be ‘Bad Company 3’

12/11/2017, The last time we saw a Battlefield ‘Bad Company’ release was back in 2010 with Bad Company 2. Now the good news is that if you’ve enjoyed the Bad Company releases, then you might be interested to learn that in 2018, there is a chance that the next...

EA Cancelled Visceral’s Star Wars Game Because It Felt Too Linear

11/30/2017, A report from last month revealed that EA had cancelled an upcoming Star Wars game that was being developed by Visceral, and in the process also shut the studio down. EA did not get into specifics behind the cancellation, other than saying that they were...