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Rumour: Lay-offs and changes at The Sims 4 team

Despite the closure of Maxis as a full studio a few years ago, The Sims franchise has been ticking along quite nicely for some time now. 491 more words

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Battlefield V Battle Royale Prototype Being Tested at DICE

With the hype of battle royale modes taking the world by storm, DICE is currently implementing over at the studios for Battlefield V. 146 more words


Titanfall 2 Review

The original Titanfall was stuck in a weird place. Stranded on a console that was almost universally disliked at the time, and without a single player campaign to attract more players, the game came and went pretty damn fast. 1,367 more words

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EA’s period of “reflection”

In an article from theverge.com EA’s Chief Design Officer, Patrick Söderlund is quoted giving the usual schpeel about how sorry they are and that this whole SWBF2 controversy was never their intention. 428 more words

A Way Out Surpasses 1 Million Copies Sold

Hazelight Studios, the indie development studio behind A Way Out, has announced that the title has sold over 1 million copies in just over two weeks. 116 more words

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Paid Crystal Microtransactions Return to 'Star Wars Battlefront II' Next Week

Crystal microtransactions are returning to “Star Wars Battlefront II” on April 18, publisher Electronic Arts announced on Friday. Bought with real-life money, they’re one of the ways fans can unlock cosmetic appearances in-game. 397 more words


EA Shuffles Exec Team, Names New Head of Worldwide Game Studios

Electronic Arts on Thursday detailed a number of changes in the company’s executive team, including shifting Patrick Söderlund, the company’s head of worldwide studios, to the new role of chief design officer, where he “will be responsible for delivering next-generation game designs, driving our marketing teams on creative content and meta-game experiences, and approving innovations with our central technology teams that will transform gaming,” according to a letter from EA CEO Andrew Wilson… 1,211 more words