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Drake Accused of Stealing ‘Scary Hours’ Cover Art

Over the weekend, Drake surprise dropped two new singles – “God’s Plan” and “Diplomatic Immunity” – that are billed as a project called Scary Hours. Last night, electronic artist Rabit took to Instagram to point out that the artwork for Scary Hours uncannily resembles the poster for his own 2015 “Communion Tour.” See his post, […]

First original Xbox game hits EA Access for Xbox One

Electronic Arts has added its first backward compatible original Xbox game to EA Access. Electronic Arts continues to expand EA Access for Xbox One – its monthly subscription service for EA titles on the console. Providing access toShow More Summary

Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Adds New Game Mode To Crait Map, And More

Electronic Arts and DICE aren't done updating Star Wars: Battlefront 2. In fact, the developers have already added even more content to the game, this time around updating the Crait map with a brand new game mode for players to experience.

Battlefield 1 content outlined for 2018, Apocalypse DLC reveal 'imminent'

Electronic Arts has outlined its upcoming Battlefield 1 content, including the impending release of the "Apocalypse" DLC. Following the passing of a new year, Electronic Arts has shared plans for its brutal First World War shooter, Battlefield 1. Show More Summary

Ferrari Challenge to use Intel-powered AI, drones to hone racer skills, improve fan experience

Ferraris are often associated with pure driving pleasure, but that doesn't mean technology can't help refine things further. Intel and Ferrari announced a three-year partnership at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show to implement artificial intelligence (AI) and drone technology to help refine drivers' skills and improve the fan experience at...

The pole-dancing robots of CES 2018: An eyewitness report

On Monday, the world's largest strip club — Sapphire Gentleman's Club — became something else: The most subversive art show in Las Vegas. All week, in Vegas, the Consumer Electronics Show takes over the city. CES is the biggest techShow More Summary

How Much Can Electronic Arts Grow By 2019?

EA has reinvented its business strategy, now focusing on releasing fewer titles but improving the hit rate. In the same quest, the company has focused on improving alternative revenue streams such as the revenue earned from in-game services including downloadable content and in-game purchases.

EA filed a patent in 2016 to tinker with online matchmaking for better player engagement

A few months back two patent applications submitted to the United States Patent and Trademark Office by Electronic Arts surfaced online. Both of these patents were filed on March 8, 2016 and dealt with dynamically altering the player experience. Show More Summary

FIFA 18 returns to the top of the UK Charts

Activision's extended run in the number one spot of the UK Charts came to an end this week, as Electronic Arts' FIFA 18 successfully regained the top spot, knocking off Call of Duty: WWII, which held the coveted position since earlyShow More Summary

Burnout Paradise HD Remaster slamming onto PS4 this Spring

Come this Spring, It appears that Electronic Arts will be releasing a remastered version of Criterion's Burnout Paradise for the PS4. A tweet from Japan appears to confirm rumours of said remake, which began after a supplier date was...Show More Summary

To brand or not to brand your next video game

To brand or not to brand is one of the oldest discussions in video games. Adding a popular brand like Harry Potter could be just the thing for Niantic’s next game, coming on the heels of Pokémon Go. But Electronic Arts once focused a huge amount of resources on brands like James Bond and Harry […]

GamesBeat’s 10 biggest stories of 2017

Fun fact: Four of our 10 most popular stories this year are about Electronic Arts’s Star Wars: Battlefront II situation (aka “CrateGate”) even though it just happened last month. As part of our GamesBeat Rewind year-end event, we’re taking a look back at our top stories from this year. It’s a mix of guides, news about […]

Turning e-waste into art at Ghana's toxic dump

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Joseph Awuah-Darko sits on a stool at one of the world's largest electronic waste dumps, watching polystyrene and insulation cables burn on the blackened ground. "It's survival and dystopia," says the 21-year-old British-born Ghanaian, surveying the stretch of wasteland around him as dense plumes of acrid smoke rise into the air. Show More Summary

The ‘How Do You Screw That Up’ Award goes to Electronic Arts

You would think that making new Star Wars games in the era of annual film releases from Disney is a can’t-lose scenario, but you weren’t counting on publisher Electronic Arts. But while your Star Wars: Battlefront II release didn’t go as planned, EA, you won’t come away from 2017 empty handed thanks to our GamesBeat Rewind year-end […]

How to cancel an EA Access subscription on Xbox One

Not getting the value from your EA Access subscription? Here's how to pull out of the monthly Xbox One subscription. EA Access is the all-inclusive subscription from Electronic Arts – one of the most prolific names in the console gaming space. Show More Summary

Electronic Arts’ biggest acquisitions: the good, the so-so, and the duds

Electronic Arts spent about $2.9 billion on its 10 biggest acquisitions since 1992, according to merger and acquisition research firm Pitchbook. The video game publisher was founded in 1982, and it has become one of the biggest companies in gaming, with more than $5 billion in revenues expected for the fiscal year that ends March […]

Next year, the Share Festival's theme is Fr@nkenstein

last monthHumor / odd : Boing Boing

The annual Share Festival, held in both Turin and Belgrade, features a juried prize for electronic art; this year's theme is "Fr@nkenstein: The Modern Prometheus," and will be judged by an international panel under the direction of Bruce Sterling and Jasmina Tesanovic. (more…)

Star Wars: Battlefront II’s ‘The Last Jedi’ update introduces ‘old’ Iden

I’m seeing Star Wars: The Last Jedi tonight, and that means that it’s time for all of the related video game products to launch their live events to celebrate the release of the latest entry in the Skywalker saga. Electronic Arts’ Battlefront II shooter is no different, and its Last Jedi event introduces new multiplayer content, such […]

Electronic Arts Needs the Force to Awaken Again

Walt Disney isn’t the only company with a lot riding on the new Star Wars movie this week. Electronic Arts could really use a boost from the Force.

Star Wars: Battlefront II debuts its first season DLC based on The Last Jedi

Electronic Arts has released its first season of downloadable content for Star Wars: Battlefront II, with new content inspired by the upcoming film Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The new DLC provides some of the story links between Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. In Star Wars: Battlefront […]

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