Developer DICE releases the launch trailer for the parkour-infused Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, which gives fans a glimpse of the forthcoming game’s action.
EA announces that its upcoming action-adventure game Mirror’s Edge Catalyst will be available to EA Access and Origin Access subscribers five days early.
Find out why one writer thinks that DICE’s decision to have Battlefield 1 set during World War I was ultimately the right move for the Battlefield franchise.
At an annual investors briefing, EA reveals it almost shot down the World War I pitch from DICE for Battlefield 1 before eventually greenlighting the project.
Battlefield 1 has quickly become one of the most anticipated games of the year, and we have compiled everything you need to know about the game in one place.
One gaming fan uses Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto 5 to recreate the trailer for DICE’s and Electronic Arts’ forthcoming World War I-themed shooter, Battlefield 1.
Gamers wondering if the Battlefield 1 trailer is actually historically accurate can now take a look at this in-depth analysis from a popular WW1 channel.
The official Battlefield 1 Twitter account confirms that the next game in the series will have a server browser, despite Star Wars Battlefront abandoning the feature.
Electronic Arts confirms that the forthcoming PC version for the DICE-developed World War I shooter, Battlefield 1, is a digital-only release in North America.
Game publisher Electronic Arts states that its forthcoming World War I shooter Battlefield 1 is the ‘biggest and most innovative’ title in the franchise’s history.
EA has given some early details of what players can expect from the upcoming sequel to last year’s Star Wars Battlefront, and it seems that the game will go beyond the original trilogy.
Game publisher Electronic Arts officially reveals its dedication to developing a Star Wars Battlefront sequel that’s set for release sometime in 2017.
One editor reflects on the reveals for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Battlefield 1, and how comparisons between the two are largely expected from the publishers involved.
A fan of Battlefield 1 has created a parody of the reveal trailer, replacing the gritty game-based footage with video from the Spongebob Squarepants cartoon.
This year’s installments of Battlefield and Call of Duty are taking very different approaches — and audiences are making no bones about their reactions on YouTube.
Consumers are responding well to Battlefield 1, with more than 500,000 viewers tuning in to the live reveal, and the trailer passing 20 million views on YouTube.
A listing on Origin’s website implies that DICE’s and Electronic Arts’ forthcoming World War I-themed shooter, Battlefield 1, gets free DLC soon after its release.