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Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville arrives on PC, PS4, and Xbox

Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville arrives on PC, PS4, and Xbox

Following weeks of testing, Electronic Arts has officially taken the wraps off Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville. The game follows the second Garden Warfare title, giving fans the latest installment of 3D zombies and plant-based fighters. The game is available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One; it includes three regions where players can roam free, as well as more than a dozen customizable character classes, half a dozen online player modes, and more.

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Anthem heads to EA Access in a surprising move

Anthem heads to EA Access in a surprising move

BioWare's Anthem has had something of a troubled life so far. It's safe to say that many players were underwhelmed with the game at launch, and the same can be said for critics as well. BioWare has been working to improve the game over the past few months, and now Electronic Arts is looking to pull in some new players by adding Anthem to the EA Vault.

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Apex Legends Voidwalker event is all about Wraith

Apex Legends Voidwalker event is all about Wraith

Electronic Arts has detailed an upcoming Apex Legends event called Voidwalker that will take place from September 3 to September 17. This event will center around the character Wraith, offering a new Limited Time Mode as well as insight into the character's "mysterious past," according to the company. Players who complete challenges during the event will get free loot, including exclusive skins.

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Apex Legends solo mode now live alongside Iron Crown event

Apex Legends solo mode now live alongside Iron Crown event

As teased last week, solo mode has come to Apex Legends at long last. Ever since launch, all of the game's playlists have only supported three-man teams - an oddity in the battle royale genre, where games typically give players the choice of playing solo, in pairs with one other person, or in four-man squads. Apex Legends' focus on three-man teams has certainly set it apart from the rest, but almost from the start, fans have been asking for some variety when it comes to squad numbers.

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It looks like a new Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is on the way too

It looks like a new Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is on the way too

Last week, EA and PopCap opened up a pre-alpha test for Plants vs. Zombies 3, and now it seems like that isn't the only Plants vs. Zombies game on the horizon. Apparently, Electronic Arts has been sending out alpha invites for what it describes as "a new PvZ shooter," that's made by the team behind PvZ: Garden Warfare. That doesn't really leave much to the imagination, even if EA has decided to by secretive as it sends out these invites.

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Plants vs Zombies 3 is coming – here’s how to play it now

Plants vs Zombies 3 is coming – here’s how to play it now

The Plants vs. Zombies franchise has been silent for a while now, but that all changed today, with Electronic Arts revealing that Plants vs. Zombies 3 is in development over at PopCap Games. It sounds like the game is still early on in development, but if you're craving some Plants vs. Zombies action right this minute, you have a chance to get an early look at the third installment nonetheless.

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Apex Legends cheat sheet details every gun in the game

Apex Legends cheat sheet details every gun in the game

Battle royale gamers looking for something more substantial than Fortnite and less buggy than PUBG have largely turned toward Respawn's Apex Legends, though getting started can be difficult. Here to help players get off the ground is a new cheat sheet detailing every weapon in the game and its full specs, including fire modes, damage dealt, and more.

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The best games aren’t being made by big studios anymore

The best games aren’t being made by big studios anymore

I'm not sure if you've noticed, but the AAA games industry is in a pretty sorry state at the moment. Big publishers spend months hyping their games up only to launch titles that feel designed to squeeze as much money as possible out of players. Then, when forced to defend these practices, they have the audacity to suggest that their "surprise mechanics" are ethical and fun for everyone involved.

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Apex Legends season 2 ‘Battle Charge’ now live, battle pass detailed

Apex Legends season 2 ‘Battle Charge’ now live, battle pass detailed

After a ton of teases and a lot of build up, Apex Legends season 2 is now live along with a new battle pass and a new Legend to play. That Legend is Wattson, a character who can take full advantage of Ultimate Accelerants and lay down electrified fences to keep enemies away. On top of that, there are a bunch of new weapons and weapon tweaks incoming with season 2 along with new features like ranked leagues.

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EA Access launches on PlayStation 4 in July

EA Access launches on PlayStation 4 in July

Back in May, Electronic Arts announced that its subscription service, EA Access, was headed to PlayStation 4. This was a big announcement because at that point, EA Access had been available on Xbox One for nearly five years, with Sony declining to let EA put it on PlayStation 4. By the time EA was ready to make that announcement, many PlayStation 4 owners probably figured that EA Access would never come to their console of choice.

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EA Origin vulnerability could have risked 300 million users

EA Origin vulnerability could have risked 300 million users

Security breaches and vulnerabilities in gaming services are nothing new, and today, researchers with Check Point Research and CyberInt are detailing the discovery of a particularly nasty one in EA's Origin service. Origin, of course, is EA's digital distribution platform similar to Steam, and since it's the only way to get newly-released EA games on PC, it's built up a userbase of millions of people over the years.

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EA tried arguing loot boxes are ethical and things quickly got ridiculous

EA tried arguing loot boxes are ethical and things quickly got ridiculous

In recent years, controversy surrounding heavy-handed loot box mechanics in games seems to have hit a fever pitch. Electronic Arts sparked this outcry when its loot boxes in 2017's Star Wars: Battlefront 2 took things a step too far, and ever since then, a number of governments around the world have been taking a closer look at loot boxes to figure out if they're a form of gambling.

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