NHL returns for another year, this time coming to next generation consoles, and will be on the Frostbite engine for the first time.
Andrew Wilson fields a question about how frequent Battlefield releases could be in the coming years.
The long awaited remasters seemed to do very well for EA, said to have been well above hopes in the latest earnings call.
Some leaked requirements show that the specs for the upcoming shooter won't be too demanding, though it's unclear what the targets are.
Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is also included in the line-up. All three titles will be free for subscribers starting August 3rd.
This time around, 32 percent of players played as Female Shepard while 40 percent chose the Soldier as their main class.
A known leaker breaks down what will be in each free season, which will allegedly feature Specialists, Maps, and more.
This could be Motive Studios' rumored Dead Space remake or even an entirely new project to be announced at EA Play Live.
Multiple outlets have seemingly confirmed a rumor that EA is planning to unveil a Dead Space revival at their EA Play Live event in a month.
The hackers claim to have stolen more than 780 GB of data, including the source code to FIFA 21 and the Frostbite engine.
In addition to several general fixes that apply to every game in the collection, each individual game has received several fixes.
Need for Speed Most Wanted is coming to Xbox Game Pass and EA Play on June 24th. The remaster was originally released last year.
EA is removing the games from sale and shutting down their in-game stores and online services as well. Online services will continue until August 31st.
EA's multiplayer title still allows new players to hop in and play the game up to a certain level before having to purchase the full title.
EA's newest live service multiplayer title has been doing well since launching on May 21st. Its free trial is currently live till May 30th.
Expect more news this fall.
As opposed to unlocking them linearly.
EA has not committed to supporting this year's E3.
BioWare has left the option in for those "who do like pain."
BioWare has revealed expected performance for the remaster on each platform.