Supreme Heroes domain registrations suggest something new from EA

By Brenna Hillier, Friday, 8 March 2013 05:44 GMT

EA has been buying up all sorts of domain names related to the phrase “Supreme Heroes”. Regular domain watchdog Fusible turned up 11 different registrations made on March 5, all of which are empty at present. The registrations were made openly under EA’s details rather than masked by a dummy registrant, so we can probably expect some enlightenment soon.

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