After eight years of having exclusive rights to the Star Wars IP, it looks like EA is now going to be just one of the
A lot of people were expecting some kind of Mandalorian game when Xbox teased their Disney+ package a few weeks ago, and though we’re not
Probably one of the most beloved Star Wars games to come out before EA got the license was Star Wars: Republic Commando, and though the
It may be a while before players can get their hands on the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, but this month we’ll be
Titles like The Witcher have made their way into television, and soon enough we’ll also be getting shows for Fallout and The Last of Us.
It’s finally here. After months of being teased about Project Maverick, EA has finally given us our first official look at the next Star Wars
Probably one of the most beloved properties from Star Wars Legends is Knights of the Old Republic, and until now fans have been clamoring for
As promised, DICE continues to bring in the live service for Star Wars Battlefront II, and after the Separtists got the droideka, the latest community
After Star Wars Battlefront II, EA is finally looking to expand on their Star Wars titles with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. We had a
It’s finally here. After years of waiting, the droidekas are finally coming to Star Wars Battlefront II. EA Star Wars has just dropped a new
After Star Wars Battlefront II, EA has decided to commission Respawn Entertainment to give us Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. We just got a good
EA had given us the trailer for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order last weekend, and if you’re curious why the protagonist could be so familiar,
Star Wars fans had collectively groaned when it was announced that EA had cancelled an upcoming game being produced by Visceral, and now a lot
We may not be getting any big updates for Star Wars Battlefront II this December, but we will be getting a new skin for Obi-Wan
Much to DICE’s relief, the Geonosis expansion for Star Wars Battlefront II is a great success, and everyone loves the new map and new hero,
EA Play not only came with announcements for Star Wars Battlefront II, but a solid update on Respawn’s Star Wars game as well. As it
It seems that EA is finally doing good with fans. After a terrible reception of Star Wars Battlefront II last year due to microtransactions and a broken progression system, the newest update has unlocked all heroes and ships, and star cards are now unlockable via a player’s level.
Though EA did put a hold on the microtransactions for Battlefront 2, it still wasn’t enough to appease fans and as a result, EA failed to meet it’s sales projections so far.
You may remember the very recent controversy surrounding Star Wars Battlefront 2? You know the one where people couldn’t unlock some key characters without partaking