EA Games chief Patrick Soderlund has told USA Today that over 800,000 people signed up for its Battlefield Premium Service during its first two weeks of availability. “We are very pleased with the performance so far,” said Soderlund. “We’re actually only two weeks into it, so it’s a little early to tell how this is going to pay off. It certainly it looks very promising right now.” Soderlund also said EA’s looking for ways ti implement the service into other products, echoing recent remarks made by labels boss Frank Gibeau.
A $50,000 PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds tournament will be hosted through G:loot’s Global Loot League.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake concept art from Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition makes its way online
Concept art of Final Fantasy 7 Remake is currently on display at Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition in Japan. Images of the exhibit have been posted online.
Latest Xbox One Preview update adds additional inactivity shutdown options, fixes various issues, more
Members of the Xbox One Preview Update Alpha ring will can now download the latest Xbox One system update.
The latest exclusive feature to be handed out by DICE to Battlefield Premium users was parachute camo for Battlefield 4. What did Westie think about the gift? Well, find out below.
Battlefield Premium members should be in receipt of some very snazzy new dogtags, the latest content update from DICE to its most faithful fans. The dogtags are visible in all their glory on the Battlefield blog. During its recent financial report, EA said Battlefield Premium subscriptions have reached a total of 2.9 million and that […]
World War I was not just trench warfare. Can we please move on from this already?
Dead Space seems to be drifting off into the darkness of space, what with Visceral Games now flexing its trigger arm with Battlefield: Hardline, but EA’s Patrick Soderlund isn’t ruling out a return to the series.