Gets PC requirements, will support cross-play
Electronic Arts has released a cinematic trailer for upcoming Star Wars: Squadrons game that will be launching on October 2nd, and will support cross-play across all platforms, including PC, Xbox One, and Playstation 4.
Electronic Arts has predicted full-year adjusted revenue well above what the cociane nose jobs of Wall Street predicted as people shelter at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hopes China will sort it out
Electronic Arts forecast fourth quarter adjusted revenue below analysts’ estimates, due to the delayed launch of its basketball title “NBA Live”, while its “Apex Legends” battles “Fortnite” and “PUBG” to attract young gamers.
Might be focusing on next-gen consoles
During its Q2 fiscal 2020 earnings call, Electronic Arts has confirmed that there won't be a new Battlefield game until fiscal 2022 and should take advantage of next-gen hardware.
Starting with Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order
After a brief tease earlier, Electronic Arts has now confirmed it will be coming back to Valve's Steam, starting off on November 15th with Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order. Surprisingly, the publisher has also confirmed that EA Access/Origin Access will be coming to Steam next spring.
But you still might need an Origin account
Electronic Arts has released a rather interesting "steaming" teaser on its Twitter account, which suggests that the earlier rumors of EA coming back to Valve's Steam might just be true.
Recommends 32GB of RAM
Electronic Arts has revealed minimum and recommended PC system requirements for its upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order which will launch on November 15th.
EA games is finding that its Battlefield 5 is proving a real disaster which has sent its stock plummeting.
We are an American tech company we do what we like
EA is risking legal prosecution in Belgium after refusing to remove or amend loot boxes in FIFA 18 under the country's new gambling laws.
Mobile guys now in charge for Frostbite
One of the key guys behind Adreno, Tim Leland, has joined EA and is working under CTO as a general manager and VP in charge of the Frostbite engine. He will report to the EA’s CTO, Ken Moss. This hire definitely sets a wind of change within Electronic Arts.