EA writes about the controversial release of Star Wars Battlefront 2 and how it hopes to gain back players by looking forward to the title's future.
Details from EA's latest fiscal call suggest that Respawn's Star Wars game, Jedi: Fallen Order, could arrive in late 2019 lining up with Episode IX.
After controversy over Star Wars Battlefront II loot boxes exploded, EA says that they will develop future games with a "moral compass."
EA believes that some of the canceled Star Wars game developed by Visceral will end up in the related game its studio is working on.
Amy Hennig, the writer and director of the untitled Star Wars game under Visceral Games, officially ends her relationship with EA.
Real-time strategy pioneer Command & Conquer is making the step into mobile gaming, with Command & Conquer: Rivals announced at E3 2018.
Electronic Arts is gearing up to make a new multiplayer Star Wars game. Here's what position they are hiring for at the moment.
BioWare veteran Blair Brown reveals that he will be working on a Star Wars game, after leaving the Mass Effect and Dragon Age developer.
EA promises that it has learned from the mistakes of Star Wars: Battlefront II and will change its loot box tactics for future games.
A Way Out's Josef Fares talks Roger Ebert and video games, referring to the 'insanely stupid' view that video games cannot be art.
A new rumor suggests that Disney/Lucasfilm is looking to replace EA as the primary developer/publisher on future Star Wars video games.
Electronic Arts' upcoming 2018 fighting video game, UFC 3, has a microtransaction and loot box problem that resembles pay-to-win.
Hawaii Democratic State Rep. Chris Lee announces a detailed plan to rein in videogames that include loot boxes and other "gambling mechanisms."
Electronic Arts' stock value is still falling thanks to the controversy surrounding the release of Star Wars: Battlefront II.
The state of Hawaii is launching an investigation into EA for 'predatory practices' against children regarding Star Wars: Battlefront II.
Reports suggest that Plants vs. Zombies creator George Fan was laid off by EA over his objections to microtransactions in Plants vs. Zombies 2.
Electronic Arts's (EA) stock price drops amid consumer backlash for DICE's Star Wars: Battlefront II's microtransactions and progression system.