Remember that ambitious multi-vehicle extreme sports game EA showed a video for at E3 2014? The publisher tells Gamespot the project is dead, with Burnout developer Criterion shifting gears from creating its biggest game ever to helping out on Star Wars titles.
EA and their racing game studio Criterion are making a Star Wars virtual reality mission that has you flying an X-Wing in VR. That’ll sure help get people into VR.
The theaters are empty; the subwoofers have all gone still. How did EA and Bethesda do? Time to discuss, on a special E3 bonus episode of Kotaku Splitscreen.
From what I’ve seen of Titanfall 2 so far it could be much more entertaining than the first game. $250 replica helmet Vanguard Edition entertaining? Eh. It’s only $199 with Amazon Prime, though. That’s like getting a free hat, with lights and everything.
Well, here’s a first. The trailer for a sports game was the best thing I saw during a major E3 press conference.
Battlefield 1 promises some of the biggest showdowns the franchise has ever seen, and today DICE gave us a taste of what that will look like in action. Spoilers: the footage is wild, as you can see above.
EA is working on more Star Wars games. I’m shocked, shocked I tell you.
Today, during its E3 2016 press conference, EA announced EA Originals, a new program committed to partnering with small developers creating unique experiences and helping them bring their work to life.
FIFA 17 has a story mode, EA said today at their press conference, while also supporting their local theater troupe by hosting this beautifully committed one-man performance:
A dry run of EA’s E3 2016 press conference was briefly broadcast live over the publisher’s YouTube channel, long enough to show us the debut trailer for Titanfall 2's single player campaign, coming October 28 to PS4, Xbox One and PC. Update: Respawn’s released official single and multiplayer trailers.
What’s EA got in store for us at E3 2016, aside from the Titanfall stuff we’ve already seen? Follow along with our live blog to hear about the latest from Mass Effect: Andromeda, Star Wars and more.
Titanfall 2! Mass Effect Andromeda! Sports! It’s time for EA’s annual press conference, this time on Sunday instead of Monday.
While The Sims has always been a sandbox of possibility, up to and including misguided romantic affairs with Death, it’s still drawn lines in more traditional places. Now, though, EA and Maxis are erasing a few of them.
The next cover athlete for Madden will be Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, EA announced this evening. Given that the Xbox Store leaked this news earlier today, the only real shock here is that he’s wearing a shirt.
After spending several months sitting alone in the bathroom clicking Star Wars themed things on my phone, Galaxy of Heroes gives players the ability to sit together in the bathroom clicking Star Wars themed things, complete with horrible guild names.
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst seemed like one of those games that was never going to happen, a sequel to a beloved game that wasn’t exactly a best-selling hit. Fans who’ve been waiting for more beautiful free-running are happy that it’s coming out soon but some don’t like how it’s handling its upgrades.
A video identified by NeoGAF user Taker34 as a demo reel from the website of a developer working on the next installment of BioWare’s space opera shows off special effects and new movement abilities that may or may not show up in next year’s Mass Effect Andromeda.