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Battlefield Hardline delayed until 2015

Shortly after the game’s beta ended, it has been announced that Battlefield Hardline will no longer launch this year. This game will now come out in early 2015 instead, giving Visceral Games and DICE more time to work on stability, story depth and “multiplayer innovation”. EA had already published a list …

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EA hire ex-Ebay higher up to help develop game services

Stories that ignite hatred for EA never seems to be too far from our front page, but give it some credit, it does seem to have a strategy moving forward and it’s sticking with it. Seeing its games as an ongoing “service,” to consumers beyond anything else, the publishing giant …

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Apparently Dungeon Keeper ‘innovated too much’

EA’s mobile version of Dungeon Keeper didn’t fail because it was bad or because it tried to force gamers in to spending money on gems, it failed because it “innovated too much”, at least that’s how EA Mobile boss, Frank Gibeau, sees it. Speaking with Games Industry, Frank Gibeau explained that EA …

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UK Dungeon Keeper ad banned for misleading customers

The UK Advertising Standards Authority has banned a Dungeon Keeper advert after ruling that it mislead customers and shouldn’t be called a free game. The investigation came after a user complained that the advert omitted significant information. The advert in question said: “GET DUNGEON KEEPER ON MOBILE FOR FREE! … …

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EA kicks off Titanfall free weekend

EA has done a lot to improve its Origin service recently, for a start it offers you a free game every month and now the company is kicking off “Game Time”, Origin’s free weekend scheme. For the next 48 hours, PC gamers will be able to play Titanfall for free, …

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Mantle is making its way to three more EA titles

AMD’s Mantle API had its début last year, promising performance boosts for AMD users in Battlefield 4 and Thief. Since then, Mantle has slowly been working its way in to more titles and now EA has announced that it will incorporate the API in three of its upcoming games. The …

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EA nearing game streaming deal with Comcast

EA is reportedly working out a game streaming deal with Comcast, the deal would allow EA to stream games on the American cable provider’s X1 operating system. This move would also expand EA’s customer base significantly as the publisher would be able to reach all of Comcast’s 22 million customers. …

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EA apologises for April Fools Wii U jab

EA has apologised for some April Fool’s tweets that came from the Frostbite Engine Twitter account yesterday, branding them as “unnecessary” and “stupid. The Wii U taunting tweets have been deleted but EA COO, Peter Moore, has still apologised on behalf of the company. Gamers will know of the Frostbite …

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EA: Star Wars games won’t be movie tie-ins

EA bought the rights to the Star Wars franchise in May last year, since then gamers have been wondering what the Publisher plans to do with the franchise as so far, only Battlefront 3 has been announced. However, EA CEO, Andrew Wilson, has shed some light on how developers are …

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Titanfall Xbox 360 delayed again

If you’re stuck with an Xbox 360 for your main gaming device and you were looking forward to Titanfall, then you’re going to be waiting a while as the game has been delayed again for the last generation console. The game, which was originally pushed back to the 28th of …

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Titanfall 2 will be multi-platform, EA to publish

Titanfall is obviously a success. Obviously. Which is why it’s no suprise that reports are circulating that EA has already secured the publishing rights to the sequel and it’s going to be multi-platform. That means it’ll be breaking free of its current Microsoft chains and show up on the PS4 …

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