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Frontrunners get a first look at Mirror's Edge Catalyst on April 22

Electronic Arts will give players an early look at its parkour-inspired action game Mirror's Edge Catalyst with a closed beta launching later this month, developer DICE announced today.
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EA teases mech FPS sequel Titanfall 2

Electronic Arts gives its first glimpse at the upcoming Titanfall 2 in a new teaser trailer released today, revealing that the game's towering mechs now wield gigantic swords in addition to their characteristic high-caliber…
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Mass Effect: Andromeda pushed back to early 2017

Publisher Electronic Arts revealed during a recent investor call that BioWare's sci-fi RPG sequel Mass Effect: Andromeda will miss its initially targeted winter 2016 launch date, and is now set to premiere in early 2017.
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EA gives up on trademarking “Ghost” video game

Electronic Arts has withdrawn a trademark application it filed for an unannounced property called "Ghost" last week, possibly to avoid a legal dispute from Ubisoft.
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McFarlane Toys inadvertently reveals Titanfall 2 release window

The sequel to 2014's critically acclaimed Titanfall might get a sequel this coming winter. Reports on this started coming in after McFarlane Toys said the game is supposed to launch with a slew of its own toys at that time.
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Ubisoft tries to stop Electronic Arts from copyrighting the word ‘Ghost’

Ubisoft filed a request with the US Patent and Trademark Office, requesting the agency deny a pair of copyright claims from Electronic Arts related to an upcoming game called "Ghost."
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Here are the hot new games EA will bring out in the next 14 months

Electronic Arts revealed that a trio of high-profile sequels are on track to come out by the end of the company's next fiscal year, which ends March 31, 2017.
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Electronic Arts abandons E3 2016 for ‘EA Play’ event

Electronic Arts will move a large portion of its E3 2016 events and demonstrations to an independent, fan convention in Los Angeles called EA Play, the publisher announced Wednesday.
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EA promises ‘endless PC gaming’ for a monthly fee with Origin Access 0:43

Electronic Arts has launched a new PC gaming service that gives subscribers full access to featured games like Dragon Age: Inquisition, FIFA 15, and Battlefield Hardline for a monthly fee.
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EA eyes the eSports market with new Competitive Gaming Division

Publisher Electronic Arts has launched a new Competitive Gaming Division focused on the budding eSports market, and industry veteran Peter Moore will serve as the group's "Chief Competition Officer."
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Battlefield 4 gets new, free DLC two years after launch

EA DICE will release a new batch of multiplayer DLC for its competitive first-person shooter Battlefield 4 by the end of 2015, continuing support for the game more than two years after its initial launch.
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Flight Control, Real Racing, and other iOS classics disappear from App Store

Flight Control, Real Racing, and other iOS apps that defined the mobile landscape have been quietly pulled from the App Store by publisher Electronic Arts, and are unlikely to return.