Apparently, it will stop tampering and cheaters
Electronic Arts (EA) is launching a new kernel-level anti-cheat system that's been developed in-house to protect its games from tampering and cheaters.
For not destroying games with monetisation fast enough
Former EA CEO and current Unity CEO John Riccitiello has apologised for calling game developers who don't destroy their games by bringing in monetisation as some of the "biggest F*cking idiots."
All we get is four letters
Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson has told employees that the company could be better off ending its 30-year relationship with FIFA.
It turns out that computer game’s companies are collecting shedloads of psychological data on players and there is concern about its use.
You have to pay to ride our gravy train
EA is considering renaming its most popular video game brand after FIFA has starting demanding more than double for the cost of licensing.
Mostly due to the EA Desktop App
As the Battlefield 2042 open beta pre-load went live yesterday, EA and DICE had some problems which were addressed pretty fast.
The Open Beta phase might be delayed to October as well
DICE has officially confirmed that Battlefield 2042 will not be coming in October, and is now set for release in November.
Showing 128-player multiplayer on Xbox
During Microsoft's E3 2021 showcase, EA has unveiled the first Battlefield 2042 gameplay trailer, showing some of that 128-player action on the Xbox game console.
Source code and tools nicked
Electronic Arts has been hacked and the hackers have nicked "a wealth of game source code and related tools" for the Frostbite engine.
Game set in near-future, launching on October 23rd
Electronic Arts has finally unveiled its next Battlefield series game. Called Battlefield 2042, the game is set in the near future, has cross-generation support, lacks a standard single-player campaign, and focuses heavily on the multiplayer experience.