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Lord of Ultima to close in May, users offered all ministers for remaining play time

Browser-based MMORTS Lord of Ultima will be closing for good in a couple of months.

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EA Phenomic headlines

  • Envision Entertainment formed by former EA Phenomic members

    Envision Entertainment has been formed by former EA Phenomic members Dirk Ringe, Marco Löhlein, Volker Wertich, Boris Kunkel and Mark Novolozhilov. The German-based development studio is made up entirely of 25 former EA Phenomic employees and is already working on “several projects,” according to GI International. The studio was shuttered back in July as part […]

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  • BattleForge free-to-play RTS from shuttered EA Phenomic closing down on October 31

    BattleForge, the free-to-play RTS from EA Phenomic, will cease operations on October 31. The news was posted via an update on the game’s official website.

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  • EA Phenomic closed as part of firm's continued realignment

    Electronic Arts has closed EA Phenomic, its Spellforce and Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances developer in Germany.

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  • Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances announced by EA

    EA’s announced Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances as a browser-based strategy MMO. Being developed by Ultima Online developer Phenomic, it’ll be set within the C&C: Tiberium universe, and is built around HTML5, meaning it can be accessed through any web-compatible device. The announcement of Tiberium Alliances comes as it was announced at the VGAs that […]

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  • BattleForge ups to DirectX 11 support

    EA RTS BattleForge has become the first title to “leverage Microsoft’s DirectX 11 and AMD’s new ATI graphic processor chipset,” the publisher said this morning. This is a “significant first for the title,” according to EA. You can play the game for free right here.

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  • Two new Battleforge maps today

    EA’s to release two new maps for card-based RTS Battleforge today, representing the beginning of something called “the Renegade Campaign”. The new levels are called MO and Blight, the former being a single-player thing. All details after the break.

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  • Battleforge gets launch trailer

    EA has put out the launch trailer for its Phenomic Studio-developed, online trading card strategy title, Battleforge. Looks good if you like a bit of fantasy and fireballs – which we do. Game’s out tomorrow. Video’s after the break.

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  • Battleforge beta registration now open

    EA’s opened beta registration to card-based RTS Battleforge: hit the official site if you want to get involved. The game sees the player throwing cards onto the battlefield to add troops to combat, and was shown for the first time at EA’s London preview event earlier this year. It’s supposed to be out this year, […]

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  • BattleForge: First shots and video interview

    Shots here, video interview here. Battleforge is a newly announced online-only, card-based PC RTS from EA Phenomic. It’s nowhere near as stupid as it sounds, honestly. Take a look.

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  • First Battleforge trailer released

    It’s on Gamershell. We’ve got an interview to transcribe on this, so we’ll do that later. The online-only, card-based EA RTS was looking very neat when we saw it, so do take a look at the footage.

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  • EA announces card-based RTS, BattleForge

    EA’s put out a press release making first mention of BattleForge, a card-based, online-only RTS from Germany studio EA Phenomic. “BattleForge is the next step in compelling RTS gameplay by taking the battles completely online,” said dev boss Richard Leinfellner. “With co-op play, challenging tournaments, Guilds, chat rooms and a robust marketplace for trading and […]

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