Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey's new tech startup isn't just trying to ramp up border security -- it seems the company also wants to gamify war and modernise battlefields with virtual and augmented reality. More »
The video game industry received a shock to the system this week as Electronic Arts rebooted its story-based Star Wars game and shut down Visceral Games, a studio that made some beefy blockbusters like Dead Space and Battlefield Hardline. EA said that it was moving Star Wars project from Visceral to another studio in Canada, […]
With Battlefield 1, DICE has made a big change to how maps, weapons, and modes are released for season pass holders. A change that ruins it for those who participate in the game’s Community Test Environment (CTE) as well as those who do not. In previous Battlefield games, DICE had a pretty straightforward system for […]
Robert Farley Security, What a shame. The effect of the B-70 on the Air Force would have, on balance, been quite negative. Devoting tremendous resources to the procurement of another strategic bomber would have drawn attention awayShow More Summary
Banks face an increasingly crowded battlefield in the fight for millennial customers. Not only do they have to compete with services like Venmo, but many messaging apps are adding their own peer-to-peer payment services. Tel Aviv-based...Show More Summary
The developer behind Dante’s Inferno, Battlefield Hardline, and Dead Space are no more. EA announced it has shut down Visceral Games. Visceral’s in-development Star Wars title will now get sent to another studio […] The post EA is Shutting Down Visceral Games, Restructuring its Star Wars Title appeared first on Geek.com.
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Visceral Games, makers of the Dead Space series, Battlefield. Hardline and an upcoming Star Wars singleplayer adventure, is no more. And while there has been an outpouring of concern for the affected employees and their livelihoods, there's also been a torrent of anger directed at EA. More »
So much for hopes of a Dead Space sequel in the near future. EA is shutting down Visceral Games, the studio behind the Dead Space series, Battlefield Hardline and The Godfather. According to EA, the closure is the result of a decision to "pivot" Visceral's Star Wars title. Show More Summary
Electronic Arts announced Tuesday that Visceral Games, the studio behind the Dead Space franchise and Battlefield: Hardline, was being shuttered. Additionally, the action-adventure Star Wars title Visceral had been working on for the...Show More Summary
EA has shut down Visceral Games, the studio behind Dead Space and Battlefield Hardline, and will "pivot" the direction of its untitled Star Wars game. Visceral was deep in development of a new story-focussed Star Wars game. Little was...Show More Summary
Visceral Games is set to close its doors in the very near future. Electronic Arts has opted to close the studio that's most well-known for the Dead Space series and Battlefield Hardline. For the past few years, Visceral has been working on a Star Wars title under the lead of creative director Amy Hennig. Show More Summary
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We now know a lot more details about Battlefield 1’s upcoming expansion, Turning Tides. DICE has now officially unveiled what players can expect from Battlefield 1: Turning Tides, the game’s next expansion. Turning Tides comes with four new maps, a new faction, six new weapons, a new Elite class, and even more vehicles. Not everything […]
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"Turning Tides" also includes new aerial and naval vehicles to use in combat.
Despite what Steven Spielberg would have you believe, he did not invent storming beaches during war. World War I featured multiple operations that involved land and sea, and those conflicts are making their way into Electronic Arts’ and DICE’s Battlefield 1 shooter as part of the Turning Tides expansion due out in December and January. […]
Battlefield 1's third expansion adds four new maps, the Conquest Assault game mode, and much more.
EA has taken the wraps off of Battlefield 1's next expansion, Turning Tides. The next expansion for Battlefield 1, Turning Tides, will land in December with a load of new content to check out....