EA is a massive video game company with plenty of teams and studios under their control. As a result, there are a ton of different IPs that they can experiment with. Of course, there’s that means some of these franchises
The Crew has clocked up 30 million players since the franchise first launched back in 2014.
The milestone was announced as part of last night’s Ubisoft Forward presentation (you can catch up now courtesy of Martin’s excellent on-the-night liveblogging right
EA have started to wind up the hype machine for Battlefield 6, which is due to be revealed on June 9. Two incredibly fortuitously timed pieces of news have dropped this morning, the first of which sees ex-Call
Square Enix today revealed that Outriders, the looter-shooter sci-fi RPG that launched at the beginning of April, had managed to attain a fairly high number of players in just a month. According to the company, Outriders has over 3.5 million
Don’t stop ’til you get Enoch.
Developer People Can Fly’s co-op-focussed looter-shooter Outriders received a bit of a mixed critical reception at launch, but publisher Square Enix seems pretty happy with the public response, saying the game is “poised to
11. Fallout 3
The early Fallout games were top-down RPGs with a dedicated fan base but when Interplay Entertainment went bankrupt and closed down series developer Black Isle Studios in the early 2000s, it looked like Fallout 3 would never
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