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Battlefield 1943 weapons will return in Bad Company 2

A recent tweet by @OfficialBF1943 says that 1943‘s semi-auto rifle, sniper rifle and sub machine gun will all be usable in Bad Company 2. Whether that’s in multiplayer only, an added bonus for 1943 purchasers or part of …

EA accidentally announces Command & Conquer 4

EA’s UK PR team just tweeted an announcement that Command & Conquer 4 is now in development, though the linked press release doesn’t seem to exist yet. With recent online surveys asking what people would like to …

EA official site lists PS3 version of Left 4 Dead 2

It’s no secret that Valve isn’t a big fan of the PS3, in fact you can say that there last experience of the system was very bitter. When the company revealed Left 4 Dead 2 as an …

John Schappert leaves Microsoft, returns to EA

Electronic Arts Inc. announced it has recruited former EA executive John Schappert back from Microsoft Corp., where he was corporate vice president of interactive entertainment in the company’s Xbox business. Schappert will resume his old title as EA’s …

Dead Space 2 development reconfirmed by LinkedIn profile

Judging by an update to Electronic Arts’ Pratik Patel’s LinkedIn page, work on Dead Space 2 is already underway. The engineering guru updated the page to include his role on the still as-yet-unannounced sequel, on which he is serving as the game’s technical/development director.

Battlefield 1943 will cost only $ 15

Each game fanatic who likes online gaming, and shooters Battlefield next month can enjoy the latest offspring of the Battlefield series: Battlefield 1943. The games developed by DICE and published by EA are always a success. This new game is only on the PlayStation Network (PSN) and XBLA and only $ 15. Translated for European markets is that only € 11.20.

EA: PC becoming biggest platform, digital distribution profits doubled this year

EA has been making a killing in the PC gaming space (unlike its performance with music-based games), the company revealed during its recent financial earnings report. Shacknews has reported that EA has seen profits from digital distribution on the PC platform double over last year to $80 million, whereas the company’s digital distribution revenue on the whole has generated $400 million for the company this fiscal year.