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  1. EA both announced and released Unravel Two today in a fun twist on how long it usually takes E3 games to reach the consoles and PCs of the general gaming community. The sequel to the well-received indie platformer aims to foster a spirit of friendship and adventure with its new focus on co-op/dual character mechanics. Coming to us courtesy of Coldwood Interactive, Unravel Two takes the physics platforming from the first game and adds in an interesting wrinkle with co-op. Having lost everything in a terrible storm, Yarny manages to connect with another creature like itself and the duo set out for adventure. This connection allows the two Yarnys to fuse together or split apart to accomplish tasks independently. If you're not a fan of co-op, don't worry - it's not mandatory to play the game with someone else. EA assured everyone that solo players will be able to enjoy the game, too. The stage demo showed the two yarn creatures helping one another to traverse a wilderness setting while pursued by a wild pheasant (it might not be a pheasant, but I'm not on an expert on those fowl creatures). The co-op feature was used to distract the pheasant while one or the other Yarny navigated a puzzle or escaped to safety. The game will support both online and local co-op play. And, again, this is one E3 announcement that's available right now for about $20 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. View full article
  2. Some critics of EA have lashed out at the company in recent weeks over its handling of the Star Wars Battlefront franchise. One of the major accusations, fueled by a supposed leak from EA, was that EA and DICE had given up on supporting the game and left the player base to slowly fizzle out. The brief overview of Battlefront's future might not put that sentiment fully to bed, but it's a fact that new content will be coming to Battlefront 2 for the foreseeable future. In the next few weeks, Kessel, as featured in Solo: A Star Wars Story, will make its way into Battlefield 2 as a battleground in its own right. A revamped squad system will make an appearance, as well. Perhaps most interestingly, a new starfighter mode based around dogfighting in the special hero ships (maybe hinting at a possible future Rogue Squadron game? - Hey, I can dream!). The biggest Battlefront 2 news that stole the show can be summed up in two words: Clone. Wars. One of the biggest things fans of the original Battlefront games have been clamoring for over the years was the return of the clone troopers and droid armies that featured heavily in the prequels. Soon, players will be able to take to the battlefields of the Star Wars prequel trilogy. In general, the update will be set between the events of Episodes III and IV. The first planet available when this major update goes live will be Geonosis. Prequel heroes and villains will also swell the roster of playable characters with General Grievous, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Count Dooku, and Anakin Skywalker all leaping into the fray. Players can expect to see all of these roll out slowly throughout the rest of 2018 across all platforms.
  3. Some critics of EA have lashed out at the company in recent weeks over its handling of the Star Wars Battlefront franchise. One of the major accusations, fueled by a supposed leak from EA, was that EA and DICE had given up on supporting the game and left the player base to slowly fizzle out. The brief overview of Battlefront's future might not put that sentiment fully to bed, but it's a fact that new content will be coming to Battlefront 2 for the foreseeable future. In the next few weeks, Kessel, as featured in Solo: A Star Wars Story, will make its way into Battlefield 2 as a battleground in its own right. A revamped squad system will make an appearance, as well. Perhaps most interestingly, a new starfighter mode based around dogfighting in the special hero ships (maybe hinting at a possible future Rogue Squadron game? - Hey, I can dream!). The biggest Battlefront 2 news that stole the show can be summed up in two words: Clone. Wars. One of the biggest things fans of the original Battlefront games have been clamoring for over the years was the return of the clone troopers and droid armies that featured heavily in the prequels. Soon, players will be able to take to the battlefields of the Star Wars prequel trilogy. In general, the update will be set between the events of Episodes III and IV. The first planet available when this major update goes live will be Geonosis. Prequel heroes and villains will also swell the roster of playable characters with General Grievous, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Count Dooku, and Anakin Skywalker all leaping into the fray. Players can expect to see all of these roll out slowly throughout the rest of 2018 across all platforms. View full article
  4. EA revealed a new, PC-focused subscription service called Origin Access Premier. The program allows players to enjoy the publisher's upcoming slate of games on PC days before they release. Set to launch later this summer, Origin Access Premier will boast marquee titles including Anthem, Battlefield V, and Madden 19 (marking the first PC Madden release). Additionally, subscribers have access to EA Vault, allowing them to hop into over 100 titles. Members also enjoy the benefits of the basic Origin Access membership. That means all Origin purchases net a 10% discount. Origin Access Premier subscriptions cost $14.99 per month or $99.99 annually. You can visit Origin today to pre-register.
  5. EA revealed a new, PC-focused subscription service called Origin Access Premier. The program allows players to enjoy the publisher's upcoming slate of games on PC days before they release. Set to launch later this summer, Origin Access Premier will boast marquee titles including Anthem, Battlefield V, and Madden 19 (marking the first PC Madden release). Additionally, subscribers have access to EA Vault, allowing them to hop into over 100 titles. Members also enjoy the benefits of the basic Origin Access membership. That means all Origin purchases net a 10% discount. Origin Access Premier subscriptions cost $14.99 per month or $99.99 annually. You can visit Origin today to pre-register. View full article
  6. With World Cup fever in full swing, Ea confirmed that FIFA 19 will be bolstered by the addition of the UEFA Champions League. The League will be integrated across all game modes, bringing in a host of new features. Among those additions is a Champions League tournament mode. A new Active Touch System gives players greater control of pitching and receiving the ball. Furthermore, the Dynamic Tactics System improves squad set-up and allows greater tactical customization. Loose balls across the pitch are determined in 50/50 battles, where player attributes and reactions play into the outcome. Additionally, The Journey, the story mode introduced FIFA 17, returns. Dubbed "The Journey: Champions, protagonist Alex Hunter pursues the UEFA Champions League trophy in what has been billed as the story's finale. Take a look at the official trailer shown during EA Play. Look for FIFA 19 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC when it launches September 28.
  7. With World Cup fever in full swing, Ea confirmed that FIFA 19 will be bolstered by the addition of the UEFA Champions League. The League will be integrated across all game modes, bringing in a host of new features. Among those additions is a Champions League tournament mode. A new Active Touch System gives players greater control of pitching and receiving the ball. Furthermore, the Dynamic Tactics System improves squad set-up and allows greater tactical customization. Loose balls across the pitch are determined in 50/50 battles, where player attributes and reactions play into the outcome. Additionally, The Journey, the story mode introduced FIFA 17, returns. Dubbed "The Journey: Champions, protagonist Alex Hunter pursues the UEFA Champions League trophy in what has been billed as the story's finale. Take a look at the official trailer shown during EA Play. Look for FIFA 19 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC when it launches September 28. View full article
  8. EA's E3 2018 press conference briefly featured Vince Zampella, co-founder of Respawn Entertainment, talking about an upcoming Star Wars game to be published by EA. The co-creator of the Call of Duty series and head of the company that created Titanfall seemed to be under some kind of order of silence about the game he said was titled "Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order" (there's probably a colon in there somewhere, but no one seems quite sure where). We only know a scant few things about Jedi Fallen Order. First, we know that players will be able to wield a lightsaber, the weapon of the titular Jedi order. Second, Zampella said he was really looking forward to opening up about the details in about a year, so we will likely see a big information blowout when E3 2019 rolls around. Finally, the expected release date for Jedi Fallen Order is currently during the holiday season of 2019, which might be a bit sooner than some expected. Not much to go on besides a name and some windows of time during which we might learn more, but any details about a Star Wars game by Respawn are certainly worth getting excited over.
  9. EA's E3 2018 press conference briefly featured Vince Zampella, co-founder of Respawn Entertainment, talking about an upcoming Star Wars game to be published by EA. The co-creator of the Call of Duty series and head of the company that created Titanfall seemed to be under some kind of order of silence about the game he said was titled "Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order" (there's probably a colon in there somewhere, but no one seems quite sure where). We only know a scant few things about Jedi Fallen Order. First, we know that players will be able to wield a lightsaber, the weapon of the titular Jedi order. Second, Zampella said he was really looking forward to opening up about the details in about a year, so we will likely see a big information blowout when E3 2019 rolls around. Finally, the expected release date for Jedi Fallen Order is currently during the holiday season of 2019, which might be a bit sooner than some expected. Not much to go on besides a name and some windows of time during which we might learn more, but any details about a Star Wars game by Respawn are certainly worth getting excited over. View full article
  10. Dice kicked off EA Play by dropping some details on Battlefield V's multiplayer. They also confirmed the World War II shooter's rumored battle royale mode. A trailer cinematic gameplay trailer highlighted the game's improved destruction, as well as new mechanics such as vaulting through windows. Players will now be able to customize the appearance of characters, weapons, and vehicles. A "reimagined" battle royale mode will retain the series' focus on teamwork, vehicles, and destruction. Destruction will be a major focus of this release. With explosions taking apart fortifications and tanks being able to plow through buildings, the digital battlefields will constantly be shifting. Dice didn't reveal any more than that, but promised to dive deeper into it later this year. Finally, Dice briefly touched on the War Stories campaign, stating we'll get our first look at it during Microsoft's E3 briefing tomorrow. In the meantime, check out Battlefield V's multiplayer trailer below. EA also stated that fans can expect to see the reveal of one of their story campaigns at Microsoft's press conference tomorrow. Battlefield V will release on October 19 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
  11. Dice kicked off EA Play by dropping some details on Battlefield V's multiplayer. They also confirmed the World War II shooter's rumored battle royale mode. A trailer cinematic gameplay trailer highlighted the game's improved destruction, as well as new mechanics such as vaulting through windows. Players will now be able to customize the appearance of characters, weapons, and vehicles. A "reimagined" battle royale mode will retain the series' focus on teamwork, vehicles, and destruction. Destruction will be a major focus of this release. With explosions taking apart fortifications and tanks being able to plow through buildings, the digital battlefields will constantly be shifting. Dice didn't reveal any more than that, but promised to dive deeper into it later this year. Finally, Dice briefly touched on the War Stories campaign, stating we'll get our first look at it during Microsoft's E3 briefing tomorrow. In the meantime, check out Battlefield V's multiplayer trailer below. EA also stated that fans can expect to see the reveal of one of their story campaigns at Microsoft's press conference tomorrow. Battlefield V will release on October 19 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. View full article
  12. If you're one of the group of gamers who gets giddy at the thought of incredible special editions of usually digital games, chances are you've heard of Limited Run Games. The publisher has made a name for itself resurrecting old classics for a second chance at dazzling the world. This year alone, the company put out physical editions of Cosmic Star Heroine, PixelJunk Monsters 2, and even the infamous Night Trap for Nintendo Switch. Now, they're turning their attention to E3. What exactly the company will have in store isn't exactly known at this point. They've never done an E3 press conference before, so they're a bit of a wild card. There has been some speculation that they will be announcing a series of Xbox One physical releases. Another possibility could be that they're branching out with an in-house studio to make brand new games to release under their label. A third idea I've seen floated around is that they could be announcing a partnership with another indie studio or a collective of companies to create more physical releases for games that have previously only been available digitally. You'll be able to tune into the livestreamed Limited Run Games E3 conference on June 11th at 3pm EDT. You will be able to find the stream on the official Limited Run Twitch channel. Keep in mind that the stream could overlap a bit with Ubisoft's press conference, so plan accordingly. As with every E3, we'll be keeping you up to date on all the latest news coming out of the press conferences as the unfold next week, so don't sweat it if you can't watch them all live.
  13. If you're one of the group of gamers who gets giddy at the thought of incredible special editions of usually digital games, chances are you've heard of Limited Run Games. The publisher has made a name for itself resurrecting old classics for a second chance at dazzling the world. This year alone, the company put out physical editions of Cosmic Star Heroine, PixelJunk Monsters 2, and even the infamous Night Trap for Nintendo Switch. Now, they're turning their attention to E3. What exactly the company will have in store isn't exactly known at this point. They've never done an E3 press conference before, so they're a bit of a wild card. There has been some speculation that they will be announcing a series of Xbox One physical releases. Another possibility could be that they're branching out with an in-house studio to make brand new games to release under their label. A third idea I've seen floated around is that they could be announcing a partnership with another indie studio or a collective of companies to create more physical releases for games that have previously only been available digitally. You'll be able to tune into the livestreamed Limited Run Games E3 conference on June 11th at 3pm EDT. You will be able to find the stream on the official Limited Run Twitch channel. Keep in mind that the stream could overlap a bit with Ubisoft's press conference, so plan accordingly. As with every E3, we'll be keeping you up to date on all the latest news coming out of the press conferences as the unfold next week, so don't sweat it if you can't watch them all live. View full article
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