In-app purchases and microtransactions have become the norm these days, where they allow publishers and developers to continue making money even after a game has been purchased, or it allows them to offer up games for free but yet have an alternative for making money. Unfortunately, these microtransactions have proven to be the bane of the life of parents around the world.
Check Point Research and CyberInt spotted vulnerabilities in EA’s Origin platform which if exploited could have put millions of the company’s users at risk. Hackers could have hijacked and exploited millions of Origin accounts had they exploited the vulnerabilities. The cybersecurity companies had alerted EA which moved quickly to address the matter.
There is some concern over the loot box mechanic in video games. This is because some have likened the feature to gambling, where players pay real-life money to purchase a loot box without knowing what is inside of it, which some could consider to be a gamble. Some companies do not agree with this assessment, and EA is one of them.
If you’ve enjoyed The Sims franchise and have yet to play The Sims 4, then you’ll be pleased to learn that EA has announced that the game will now be free to play for the PC if you were to get it through the company’s Origin game store. However, you should probably hurry because it seems that this offer is only good until the 28th of May, 2019.
When EA first announced Apex Legends, it seemed a bit strange that the game was not announced for mobile. This is because it seemed to be a game in a similar vein to other popular mobile titles such as Fortnite and PUBG. However, the good news for fans is that yes, it looks like the game is finally coming to mobile.
Over the years, EA has released games related to their Command & Conquer franchise, such as a web version of the game and also a version for mobile. However, fans were pretty chuffed when last year, the company announced that they would be remastering some of the older versions of the game.
The Sims 4 came out back in 2014 and you might want to upgrade your PC if you’ve been running it on the same machine you had back when the game first came out. The developers have now announced that The Sims 4 32-bit PC support is going to end this June. The same also applies to non-Metal Macs. This decision has been made as “growing, improving and optimizing the […]
If you were hoping to see EA at E3 2019 this year, you might be disappointed to learn that the company will not be making an appearance. This probably affects those who are watching the E3 show live and in person, but for those who are watching from home, not to worry because EA has instead announced that they will be hosting EA PLAY.
Recently EA had confirmed that they are looking into why their latest franchise, Anthem, has been crashing on the Sony PS4 consoles. The good news is that it looks like the problem has since been identified and that a fix for the issue will be released next week, so this is something gamers can look forward to.
Recently it was reported that Sony PS4 players were encountering issues with EA’s latest game, Anthem, where there were reports of players experiencing crashing to the point where it was pretty much unplayable. The good news is that it looks like EA is aware of the issue and are looking into it.
We finally have a date for when Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is going to be unveiled. Respawn Entertainment has been working on this game for a few years now and it’s finally ready to show us what it has been able to accomplish. Lucasfilm has confirmed that Electronic Arts and Respawn will be officially showing off the title at a Celebration Chicago panel on April 13th.
There’s some news today for those who have been waiting for EA’s next Star Wars game. The publisher has revealed in its quarterly earnings announcement that its next Star Wars title is going to be called Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and that it’s going to be released this fall. This makes the release timeframe more precise as the company had previously said it would be out at some point […]
Apex Legends is a new battle royale title from Respawn set in the Titanfall universe. Given that battle royale games tend to become very popular almost instantly, it was no surprise when the game picked up 1 million players in 8 hours after its launch. EA has shed light on future plans for the title which include cross-platform support and mobile versions of Apex Legends.
Recently it was confirmed that Titanfall 3 was not in the works and we’re sure it was a bit of a bummer for fans of the franchise. Instead Respawn decided to release Apex Legends, a Titanfall spinoff with a battle royale theme. However it turns out that Apex Legends won’t be the only Titanfall spinoff we can expect this year.