FIFA may have changed its name to EA Sports FC, but that is, sadly, the most meaningful change the series has made with this year's instalment.
"We’re working on a third and we’re in the process of doing that right now," says Cameron Monaghan, who plays protagonist Cal Kestis.
Electronic Arts' yearly football franchise is back in a new way. Here's what you need to know before it launches on September 29th.
EA Sports WRC will launch with over 200 rally stages across 17 different locations, and a roster of over 80 cars spanning 18 car classes.
Most of the team is working with Ripple Effect, Ridgeline and DICE, but the core team is still working on "what's next for Need for Speed."
The mixed martial arts title offers several new features to enhance its gameplay. Check them out before its launch on October 27th.
A journalist has claimed that BioWare is going back to the original Mass Effect trilogy's structure with the series' next instalment.
The Standard Edition costs $69.99 while the Deluxe Edition is $99.99 (and grants three days early access). Check out the first gameplay trailer.
The Standard Edition features Alexander Volkanovski and Valentina Shevchenko, while the Deluxe Edition stars Israel Adesanya.
The Codemasters-developed title will "combine the power of the Unreal Engine with the DiRT Rally series physics" to deliver "the first truly next-generation rally game."
Players now also have the option to disable ray tracing in Performance Mode, while DLSS support has also been added on PC.
Here's how the upcoming EA Sports FC 24 is changing things up from its predecessors.
Previous leaks have claimed that the game is set to launch before November for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.
Despite offering a lengthy single-player campaign, cutting-edge visuals and more, Ascendant Studios' magical FPS falters considerably.
With the game targeting 60 FPS while targeting next-gen Unreal Engine 5 features, it seemingly makes significant sacrifices on the resolution front.
Kristjanson worked on Baldur's Gate and Mass Effect titles, while Kirby was a writer on the Dragon Age series.
Journalist Jeff Grubb says the RPG keeps getting internally delayed, and may even be pushed back into the final months of 2024.
"Our dedication to the game has never wavered," says BioWare GM Gary McKay, with the team working to make it "worthy of the Dragon Age name."
It's to "preserve the health of the studio" and form a "clear vision of what we’re building before development ramps up," per GM Gary McKay.
Madden NFL 24 is yet another instalment of what has already existed in previous years with a few notable improvements.