Tags : Electronic Arts


Despite Recent Losses, 2020 Could be a Big Year for EA

Thus far, 2020 hasn’t necessarily been an ideal year for EA. The company’s Q3 earnings, which were released at the end of January, came in below their expectations. As a result, they missed targets for both earnings and revenue, and EA stock suffered a 6% drop in value shortly thereafter. However, despite this drop, 2020 […]Read More

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EA also paid YouTubers for positive coverage

Microsoft is already dealing with a wave of internet hate as we learn about its stealth marketing deal with Machinima, and it seems Electronic Arts might get caught in the wake. A post on NeoGaf reveals details regarding a similarly structured campaign run by EA, focusing on new releases like Battlefield 4 and Plants Vs. Zombies 2. Requirements laid […]Read More


‘Titanfall’ collector’s edition announced, will cost $250

Time to start dipping into those trust funds, kids. Developer Respawn Entertainment’s upcoming Titanfall is easily one of the most anticipated titles of the next gaming generation; the game has garnered serious critical acclaim at pre-release events and conventions, with many calling it Microsoft’s next-gen killer-app. For a game with so much buzz surrounding it, […]Read More