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EA and Respawn have unveiled the PC requirements for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

In the past few hours Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment have unveiled the official PC requirements for the highly anticipated Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The features required to run the game on the computer are online ...
Fifa 20

EA Sports, unveiled the ratings of the first 100 soccer players in FIFA 20

EA Sports has finally revealed the evaluation of the hundred strongest players in FIFA 20. The top 10 consists of an elite selection of players with a score of 90 and beyond. Between...

Battlefield V, DICE cancels 5vs5 mode

In a post on the EA website, senior producer Ryan Mcarthur stated that the 5vs5 mode, scheduled for Battlefield V, has been canceled. This elimination is defined as "a difficult decision" ...

Need for Speed ​​Heat - gameplay and customization of vehicles on display at gamescom

These days the usual appointment with Gamescom is taking place in Cologne, one of the most important videogame events in the world, during which Electronic Arts showed new material about the neo ...
Dragon Age 4 Fernando Melo Lead Producer Bioware

Fernando Melo, lead producer of Dragon Age 4, leaves Bioware

Another high-level developer leaves Bioware. After Ben Irving, lead producer of Anthem, it is now the turn of Fernando Melo, lead producer of Dragon Age 4. The announcement was made through the Twitter account ...

Anthem producer Ben Irving leaves BioWare

Through its official Twitter account, Ben Irving BioWare Lead Producer, announced the abandonment of the company, explaining that this decision stems from having accepted another job offer from another development team. Of...

A new chapter of Need For Speed ​​on the horizon

On the official website of Electronic Arts a mysterious countdown has just appeared with expiration in two days and which shows the acronym NFS. Therefore it is getting closer and closer, the reveal of ...
Anthem

The CEO of EA admits that Anthem has problems

Andrew Wilson, the CEO of Electronic Arts, admitted in a long and candid interview with GameDaily that Anthem's debut did not go as well as hoped. But Wilson pointed out that EA remains ...

Obsidian revealed the technical requirements on the PC for The Outer ...

In the past few hours Obsidian Entertainment has unveiled the official requirements of the PC version of The Outer Worlds. The game, the next 25 out ...

Franck Ribéry angry about his appearance in FIFA 20

FIFA and PES, eternal competitors, challenge each other but not only. The graphic aspect is also one of the elements that ...

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