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EA and Respawn announce three new Star Wars games, including Fallen Order follow-up

EA and Respawn announce three new Star Wars games, including Fallen Order follow-up

In the years leading up to Disney's revival of the Lucasfilm Games brand, Electronic Arts was the sole license holder for Star Wars video games. While Star Wars may be spreading to other developers like Ubisoft and Quantic Dream, Electronic Arts isn't finished with the license yet. In fact, it's nowhere near finished, as Electronic Arts announced today that three new Star Wars games are in development at Respawn Entertainment.

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Respawn pulls Titanfall from sale with vague promises for the future

Respawn pulls Titanfall from sale with vague promises for the future

Respawn Entertainment today announced that it has delisted Titanfall, effectively removing it from sale. Titanfall was the first game Respawn Entertainment made as a new studio back in 2014, and now it seems the title is being retired. It isn't all bad news, though, as those who own the game will still be able to play it even after it disappears from storefronts.

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Battlefield 2042’s day-one patch isn’t enough to stop tanking Steam reviews

Battlefield 2042’s day-one patch isn’t enough to stop tanking Steam reviews

Battlefield 2042 has officially launched after a turbulent early access period. Alongside the full game, DICE has shipped a day-one patch, but unfortunately, the update is minor and doesn't appear to fix many issues players are having. While DICE promises that more updates are coming in the future, it seems the day-one patch hasn't been enough to save Battlefield 2042 from fan blowback.

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Dragon Age 4 may leave Xbox One, PlayStation 4 behind

Dragon Age 4 may leave Xbox One, PlayStation 4 behind

We've known for a while now that Dragon Age 4 is in the works over at BioWare, but both the developer and its owner, Electronic Arts, have been mostly quiet about it over the past couple of years. We may not know when Dragon Age 4 is going to release, but today we're learning that when it finally gets here, it may genuinely be a current-generation game, launching for Xbox Series X, PS5, and PC while leaving the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 behind.

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Battlefield 2042’s squad-based Hazard Zone mode finally revealed

Battlefield 2042’s squad-based Hazard Zone mode finally revealed

As we inch closer to Battlefield 2042's release date, EA and DICE have been revealing new details about the game in a piecemeal fashion. Today, we're learning about Battlefield 2042's Hazard Zone game mode. Anyone who has played a battle royale game before will notice some similarities between those and Hazard Zone, though it seems that DICE is attempting to put a deeper spin on the wildly popular genre.

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Respawn suggests that Titanfall could make a comeback

Respawn suggests that Titanfall could make a comeback

It's been a long time since we last heard from the Titanfall series. While Apex Legends is set in the Titanfall universe and even includes many characters from the lore, it certainly doesn't fill the niche that the first two Titanfall games did. Given that it's been five years since Titanfall 2 with no official word of a follow-up, some fans are assuming that the Titanfall series is dead. Now, Respawn has made the fate of Titanfall a little less clear.

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Battlefield 2042 delayed and the pandemic is to blame

Battlefield 2042 delayed and the pandemic is to blame

The anticipated futuristic Battlefield 2042 game from DICE has been delayed, Electronic Arts revealed on the game's official Twitter account today. The reason for the delay is one we've heard before: the pandemic disrupted workflows and the teams behind the project, causing unanticipated issues that require the release to be pushed to a later date.

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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake officially confirmed as PS5 exclusive

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake officially confirmed as PS5 exclusive

Clearly, Sony does not believe in starting reveal events with small announcements and building to the big ones, because it started off today's PlayStation Showcase with a bang. The very first announcement in today's event was the reveal that the long-rumored Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake is real. This announcement has been a long time coming, as there have been countless rumors and reports claiming its existence.

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Battlefield Mobile beta for Android release detailed: What we know

Battlefield Mobile beta for Android release detailed: What we know

Earlier this year, Electronic Arts announced plans to launch a new Battlefield title for mobile devices, giving players a new way to experience the game. The company said at the time that Battlefield Mobile will arrive in 2022, but the beta version will launch for some players earlier. The company is now back with details about that beta.

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First Dead Space remake details surface

First Dead Space remake details surface

As promised, today Electronic Arts and EA Motive hosted a developer livestream about the upcoming Dead Space remake. Unfortunately, since the game is still very early on in development, we didn't get to see much gameplay at all - though we were offered a few looks at Dead Space's remade visuals - but there were still some interesting details contained within.

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Here’s when we’ll learn more about EA’s Dead Space remake

Here’s when we’ll learn more about EA’s Dead Space remake

Back at EA Play Live in July, the long-rumored Dead Space remake was finally revealed. Unfortunately, we Dead Space fans who have been looking forward to this reveal for a long time didn't get a whole lot to go along with EA's confirmation - simply a brief teaser trailer that didn't reveal much of anything about the remake. Now we finally know when we'll learn more about the Dead Space remake, as EA Motive has announced a new developer livestream for the game.

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EA spreads 5 user-friendly features to all games

EA spreads 5 user-friendly features to all games

It isn't often we talk about patents for video game mechanics, but today EA is giving us a pretty good reason to. Electronic Arts announced this morning that it's making several patents centered around accessibility free to use for all game developers. EA says that it's making these patents royalty-free through a program called the "Patent Pledge."

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