Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson acknowledges that Anthem's launch failed to meet expectations before stating EA will change its release process.
EA adds 12 Star Wars games to Origin Access, the subscription service that lets fans play 200+ titles for a monthly fee, and it's an impressive list.
Amazon mistakenly leaked a poster for Jedi: Fallen Order today. However, there's more to the art than meets the eye, and there's a lot to dissect.
An interview with Amy Hennig sees the mind behind EA's canceled Star Wars game discuss how her vision of it included an ensemble cast like the films.
Despite the intensely negative feedback surrounding Anthem, EA and BioWare's game managed to top sales charts in February. What does it mean?
A recent survey conducted by EA's Consumer Global Insights team reveals that video game fans are desperate for more inclusivity in their games.
Video game development veteran Amy Hennig is looking toward a future in which games are created by means that are more similar to film production.
As You Sow, a non-profit organization that specializes in CEO and employee pay gap analysis, lists Activision Blizzard's and EA's CEOs as overpaid.
Melbourne’s Firemonkeys Studios loses roughly a quarter of its staff following layoffs that could negatively impact the Australian game industry.
EA blames Battlefield and mobile for poor financials while confirming new Need for Speed, Plants vs. Zombies, and Titanfall games. Stock prices sink.
Disney has decided to keep working with EA and wants them to keep the Star Wars license, despite all of the issues over the past few years.
After refusing to comply with Belgian gambling regulations for months, EA is finally giving in and has removed loot boxes from FIFA 19 in Belgium.
BioWare continues to make attempts to bring back its Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic franchise, but publisher EA won't allow it.
Rogue One's co-writer says it's time Disney cut its losses and ditch EA after the publisher's failure to make more than two games in five years.
According to recent reports, EA's cancelled open-world Star Wars was scrapped to rush another, smaller-scale Star Wars title out faster.
Doing what EA does best, the publisher has canceled EA Vancouver's open-world Star Wars game, which went by the moniker 'Ragtag' during development.