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EA has confirmed that the upcoming Need for Speed game for PS4, Xbox One and PC will require an online connection at all times to play.
@DeanRheims NFS will require an online connection, but the benefits are nice. More variety and a more rewarding experience with friends.
— Need for Speed (@NeedforSpeed) May 28, 2015
PlayStation and Xbox 360 fans can pick up the DLC Jaws of Hakkon for Dragon Age Inquisition today. Xbox One owners received this DLC on March 24th due to an exclusivity deal. Check out the trailer past the link.
The official Need for Speed Twitter account has given us the first look at the next title in the franchise. And it seems like they are returning to the “Underground” brand that fans loved so much in the past. Check out the tweet below.
— Need for Speed (@NeedforSpeed) May 20, 2015
“Listen as NOT Pat Summerall and NOT John Madden commentate silly Madden glitches! NOTE: This is NOT actually Pat Summerall or John Madden. These are horrible, horrible impressions.”
On a Reddit Q&A, the EA community manager said Star Wars Battlefront will run at 60fps. However, the resolution has not be finalized. More info and details here.
Say what you want about EA (and trust me I do), but one thing that can’t be denied is consumers like their games. And it’s obvious by how much money EA makes. Net revenue for this quarter alone was at $896 million. For the fiscal year, net revenue is at $4.319 billion, with $2.230 billion coming from digital sales. EA was the number one publisher worldwide on PS4 and Xbox One. Battlefield Hardline and Dragon Age Inquisition helped EA drive sales for the past 5 months. With more Madden and Star Wars Battlefront launching this fall, I don’t think the EA money train is slowing down anytime soon. Source: Hardcore Gamer
Electronic Arts has high goals for Star Wars Battlefront this fall. The major publisher has forecasted Battlefront to sell around 9 to 10 million units. What is not know if that number is a lifetime sales goal, or fiscal year sales goal. I’m guessing it’s for the fiscal year ending in March 2016, but we’ll have to wait for confirmation on that one. With Star Wars marketing and hype at an all-time high due to the movie coming out next year, I think it will reach that number quite easily. What do you guys think? Via: NeoGAF
“Prepare for the ultimate challenge: dragons! Gather your party and take on Dragon Age: Inquisition’s apex predators for the first time in multiplayer mode. Enjoy three new playable agents and a new map as you claim your place among the dragon slayers of legend.”
“This week is Star Wars, Star Wars, Star Wars as Wes returns from the Celebration event in Anaheim eager to talk about Battlefront. He’s joined by GamesRadar+’s Lorenzo Veloria to talk about DICE’s new shooter and what they hope to see return from Battlefront 2.”
As many of you guys know, Mass Effect 2 is my favorite game of last-generation, so any info I can dig up on Mass Effect 4 is more than welcomed. There is a new rumor floating around about the setting, gameplay and story of the next Mass Effect on Reddit. And while this is a rumor, information on Dragon Age Inquisition was leaked in a similar fashion last year that turned out to be true.
Star Wars Battlefront will not feature a single-player campaign DICE has revealed. However, the game will support 2-player splitscreen online play with “crafted missions” Players who do this will be able to share experience and unlocks.
DICE general manager Patrick Bach told Eurogamer Star Wars: Battlefront does not feature a campaign. Rather, it features “crafted missions” that are played solo, with a friend via split-screen offline or cooperatively online.
The FORCE is stong with the debut trailer for Star Wars Battlefront. Check it out below, it’s quite impressive.
Here is a message from DICE:
“That’s our frostbite engine that we’re using, and all the assets that are in the trailer are actually from the game. None of this is fake really. It’s the game’s assets. Of course there are cinematic things we’re doing that is hard to play, but we want to prove that we can make our own trailers in the engine that we’re also making the game for. But we don’t try to trick anyone.”
DICE has revealed new gameplay details for Star Wars Battlefront. Players will be able to pull of a plethora of classic moves such as the Force Choke, light sabers battles and man TIE Fighters in online battles with up to 40 players.
DICE and EA have released the first screenshots for Star Wars Battlefront on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Check them out below.
Videogamer is reporting that Star Wars Battlefront will launch on PS4, Xbox One and PC on November 17th, 2015. The first reveal trailer is set for tomorrow, where DICE says they plan to “break the internet” with the debut trailer. Are you guys excited for Star Wars Battlefront? Let PE know in the comments section below.
“In this story, you will uncover a lost chapter in the history of the Inquisition. Discover the final fate of the last Inquisitor, and the powerful dragon he hunted. Dragon Age Inquisition Jaws of Hakkon is available now on Xbox One and PC! EA Access members save 10%.”
“Want an in-depth detailed explanation for why Battlefield Hardline Sucks? With extensive opinion on multiplayer? Look no further than this 40 minute Angry Review detailing why BFH is one of the worst BF games to date!”
The official EA Star Wars Twitter account has confirmed Star Wars Battlefront will launch in holiday 2015 on PS4, Xbox One and PC. This means there will not be a PS3 or Xbox 360 version of the game. Considering the mass appeal of the Star Wars brand, and the huge install base of the 7th generation systems, It’s a little surprising Disney isn’t making EA develop a last generation version of the game.
@KyleHackley Star Wars Battlefront will be available holiday 2015, on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
— EAStarWars (@EAStarWars) March 19, 2015
Digital Foundry has went hands on with all the versions of Battlefield Hardline. Check out a frame-rate comparison and tech analysis below.
Battlefield Hardline reviews have begun to hit the web. Get the first batch of scores past the link.