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.
Mountain Dew will once again sponsor a major FPS release in 2016, but the popular soft drink brand is ditching the Call of Duty franchise for Titanfall.
Several leaks claim that Respawn Entertainment’s forthcoming shooter Titanfall 2 gets an October release date, and contains a grappling hook for use in-game.
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.
The chief creative director at Electronic Arts, Richard Hilleman, leaves EA after spending the last 33 years with the company, where he helped create the EA Sports label.
Mass Effect and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic developer BioWare is reportedly working on a brand new IP — and the game might not be an RPG.
EA Studios boss Patrick Soderlund reveals why Star Wars Battlefront didn’t have a single player campaign, and teases that the sequel will address that issue.
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.
NeoGAF user shinobi602, known for leaking video game news, claims that the facial animations and character models in Mass Effect: Andromeda ‘look incredible.’
Amid speculation about EA’s plans for the Star Wars license, a trailer for what appears to be an unannounced RTS based on the franchise is leaked to the internet.
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.
EA CFO Blake Jorgensen reveals that the company has a new IP in the works, and hints that fans may see the new IP for the first time at E3 2016 next month.
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 reaffirms its belief during a recent investors call that it believes both Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 will thrive even though both are launching near each other.