EA and DICE have announced the integration of Matches into Battlefield 3. The feature allows players to “coordinate competitive multiplayer sessions with their friends and squad members,” by selecting a time, server, setting, and roster for a “controlled and definitive” environment. Matches will be available on all three formats through the Battlelog, but in order to coordinate, the player must be actively renting a dedicated server. Once a dedicated server has been selected the Match host can set the Match name, start time, game mode, team size, and map rotations. A release date is TBA, but you can find more information through the link.
Overwatch: all the new skins, emotes, highlight intros, sprays and player icons coming with the cosmetics update
Blizzard has been slowly unveiling a host of new cosmetic items coming to Overwatch with the cosmetics update.
The homebrew scene on PS4 is about to get a lot more interesting, now that players are able to side-load games.
P.T. the teaser for Silent Hills that was all the rage in 2014 and 2015, never actually made to PC.
Battlefield Bad Company 2 and Battlefield 3 are now part of EA Access, in case you're bored of Battlefield 1
Now that you’re able to play Battlefield Bad Company 2 and Battlefield 3 on Xbox One, EA made sure to include them in your EA Access subscription.
If you have to play Battlefield 3 on a console, the Xbox 360 version works great when played on Xbox One.
Those with Battlefield 3 on Origin who have yet to pick up Close Quarters can enter a special E3 code and get the DLC pack fro free. All you have to do is log-in, choose the redeem product option, and enter code: BF3E3. So there ya go. Thanks, Game Informer.
Battlefield 3: End Game hits PS3 today for Battlefield Premium members, and EA has released the launch trailer for it. Xbox 360 and PC Premium members can download the content on March 12, while the general population gets it on PS3 March 19 and on Xbox 360 and PC March 26.
If you're still playing Battlefield 1, DICE is handing out double XP, free Scrap and Battlepacks in December
Are you still playing Battlefield 1? Good, because there’s loads happening in December.
Star Wars: Battlefront 2 review - even removed from loot box controversy, Battlefront 2 is a mediocre game
Every step of the way, Star Wars: Battlefront 2 proves that even the most talented developers and one of the biggest publishers in the industry can make costly mistakes.