Former Uncharted Creative Director Amy Hennig discusses how she and Visceral Games are working together to ensure the mysterious new Star Wars game is “authentic”.
Amy Hennig, creative director of Visceral’s upcoming Star Wars game, reveals further details about the mysterious project during a panel at Star Wars Celebration 2016.
Electronic Arts gives Star Wars fans a behind-the-scenes look at the production process for the multiple games it has in development for the science fiction universe.
It’s been a few years since the last Dead Space title, but players can relive the horror all over again as the first game is now backward compatible on Xbox One.
Potential information surrounding a sequel to Star Wars Republic Commando hits Reddit thanks to someone who is involved with the marketing campaign for the 2017 game.
A shareholder call with EA CFO Blake Jorgensen reveals that Visceral’s Star Wars title is still multiple years away from being finished its development.
CFO Blake Jorgensen reveals that Jade Raymond’s Motive Studios are working on a new action focused IP franchise, similar to Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed games.
After leaving Ubisoft last year, Jade Raymond announces that she has set up a new studio with EA where she will work on the new Star Wars game with Amy Hennig.
During a Q&A session at MetroCon, voice star Nolan North discussed an upcoming Star Wars game that’s taking inspiration from Star Wars 1313 and the Uncharted series.
‘Battlefield Hardline’ will add four new multiplayer maps next month with the ‘Criminal Activity’ DLC, but this latest video also showcases a ‘Dead Space’ cameo.
EA announces that ‘Battlefield Hardline’ developer Visceral Games is being hit with layoffs, but even so, their unannounced ‘Star Wars’ project is still in the pipeline.
‘Battlefield Hardline’ Multiplayer Producer Zach Mumbach teases first details for the ‘Criminal Activity’ DLC, which will include more destructibility and no planes.
We know that ‘Star Wars Battlefront’ is coming in November 2015, but there are presumably lots more exciting ‘Star Wars’ games for fans to look forward to.
Visceral has been listening to ‘Battlefield Hardline’ players. The first patch will fix over a dozen bugs and gameplay issues, as well as adding Rent-A-Server for consoles.
‘BloodBorne’ continues its stranglehold on the video games world, beating ‘Battlefield Hardline’ in PlayStation Network figures and hitting 1 million sales worldwide.
Following the launch of ‘Battlefield Hardline’ last month, General Manager Steve Papoutsis has left developer Visceral Games, with Senior Producer Scott Probst succeeding him.
‘Battlefield: Hardline’ puts a clever spin on the ‘Battlefield’ formula, but a serious identity crisis keeps it from being a solid step forward for the franchise.