EA and Respawn Entertainment today announced that pre-registration for Apex Legends Mobile is now available for players around the world. Set within the immersive Apex Legends universe, Apex Legends Mobile is a competitive battle royale game
Electronic Arts and Lucasfilm Games has joined forces to deliver all-new, world-class gaming experiences set within the beloved Star Wars galaxy. And, all the new games will be developed by Respawn Entertainment.
Arab Game Awards, a first-of-its-kind Arab gamers-led awards ceremony for the Arab gaming community to celebrate video games in MENA, reveals 2021 winners during a live ceremony on YouTube. The ceremony celebrated twenty-five games, featuring world premieres, giveaways, and special appearances by world-class developers like Hideo Kojima, Josef Fares, Dinga Bakaba, and more.
Codemasters and Electronic Arts today announced GRID Legends, a high-stakes driving experience that combines thrilling motorsport action, incredible race variety and an immersive story that puts the player at the heart of the action.
Western Digital has teamed up with Respawn Entertainment to create an Apex Legends-themed memory card for the Nintendo Switch, offering gamers and contenders across the Outlands expanded storage solutions just in time for the universally acclaimed battle royale game to drop into the Nintendo eShop next month.
EA and BioWare officially launched Anthem, inviting players to don their javelins and fully immerse themselves in this brand-new world as a team of four. Players take on the role of Freelancers, and will work together to unleash their power with amazing abilities and coordinated teamwork, utilizing each javelin’s unique strengths to build a formidable team. “I feel remarkably similar to when we la...[Read More]
Logitech G recently announced a series of collectible Battlefield V gear designed in partnership with Electronic Arts (EA), which will only be available through Logitech G and EA sweepstakes and giveaways.
E3 2017 is in full swing and, as usual, the firehose of news and trailers makes it hard to keep track of the announcements that matter. While Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo are the headliners, the big publishers usually unveil a glut of games too. In case you don’t want to sit through the corporate-speak and celebrity cameos to get to the good stuff, we have rounded up the biggest announcement...[Read More]