E3 is coming up fast and furious, and it sounds like EA is going to have some huge announcements at the show. In another bit of news from EA's earnings call yesterday, the company announced that it will be bringing six brand new projects to the mecca of gaming this year.
During EA's earnings call yesterday, CEO Andrew Wilson dropped an interesting bit of information: EA is committed to Titanfall in a big way.
EA's Xbox and PC exclusive Titanfall has been a popular game so far, but now we can put a number on just how popular. During an earnings call yesterday, EA announced Titanfall's sales numbers for the first quarter.
The NBA 2K series has a history of picking the best for its covers, including the likes of Michael Jordan and LeBron James within the last few years. Well, now the newly-crowned MVP Kevin Durant won't just get his due in real life for the best year of his career, he'll get his moment to shine on the NBA 2K15 cover.
Major Nelson offered some details on his site about the upcoming presentation.
Wolfenstein: The New Order is pretty much centered around Nazis and blowing them up with super cool future weapons. So it'll be fun to see what the German and Austrian versions of the game end up looking like after Bethesda announced the versions for those two countries will be censored to avoid any Nazi references.
Fox ordered the show to series and released the first trailer.
Reuters reports that Activision is spending a whopping amount on developing and marketing Destiny.
An Italian blog has leaked some new images of what appears to be the next iPhone.
Sledgehammer Games' Glen Schofield revealed that his studio was previously working on another Call of Duty title before Advanced Warfare.
The famous Microsoft billionaire said that if his new CEO Satya Nadella wanted to spin off the Xbox or Bing divisions, he'd be behind it.
A listing on the Microsoft Store online shows just how beefy Watch Dogs will be.
The online retail giant has a new system that allows you to add items right to your cart from Twitter.
He answered all kinds of questions, from a new 343 Industries IP to what to expect from Microsoft's E3 conference.
Never again will we get to see the impaled eyeball in our games' opening credits.