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Titanfall preload up on Origin in North America, is 50GB
If you fancy getting a head start on downloading Titanfall for the PC, and you live in North America (or know your way around a VPN,) it’s now up for preloading on EA’s Origin system.
Dragon Age: Inquisition trailer shows some pretty scenery
Are you ready for a travelogue style montage of the realms and landscapes of Dragon Age: Inquisition?
Titanfall launch trailer drops in one week early
I was moaning yesterday that a good chunk of the Titanfall advertising is neglecting to mention the PC version, but I can’t level that complaint at this ‘launch’ trailer because right there at the end it does indeed mention our platform of choice.
Battlefield 4 netcode is next on DICE’s laundry list of fixes
Battlefield 4 still doesn’t work quite right. You’ve probably noticed this if you’re still playing it, and DICE have posted another blog-based update about what they’re trying to do about it.
Titanfall Preview – IncGamers’ Impressions of the Beta
Peter [Parrish]: Titanfall is a game in which cowboy wizards compete to conjure mechanised body suits from the sky, run sideways on walls and rodeo one another into submission.
Titanfall beta opening to anyone who wants in sometime soon
If you weren’t lucky enough to get a Titanfall beta code, fear not: according to Vince Zampella, there’s every chance the beta will open up to absolutely everybody very soon.
How to swap your Titanfall Xbox One beta key for a Titanfall PC one
By the sounds of it, some people who signed up for the PC beta of Titanfall are receiving Xbox One keys by mistake.
Battlefield 4 Second Assault coming to PC on 18 February
It’s starting to look awfully like that news about DICE halting all production on DLC until they’d fully fixed Battlefield 4 was just designed to make people feel better, rather than actually being true.
Titanfall beta applications now being taken, begins 14 February
An application page for the Titanfall beta is now up, so anybody interested in getting an early look at Respawn’s upcoming multiplayer shooter should probably head over there and pop their name down.
Titanfall beta details will be coming “next week”
For a change, this Titanfall tidbit isn’t coming from Vince Zampella’s own twitter account.
Titanfall beta is closed and requires a code confirms Vince Zampella
Internet miscommunication is a wonderful thing and if you though the Titanfall beta was some kind of open beta then think again.
Titanfall’s minimum PC specs, courtesy of Vince Zampella
Respawn’s Vince Zampella seems to have been conducting a one man public relations exercise regarding the Titanfall PC version over the past few days.
Titanfall trailer takes a cue from Tomb Raider, goes French
Going French is now the trendy thing to do. Tomb Raider gave it a go yesterday, and today’s new Titanfall trailer is also Gallic in tone.
YouTube, EA’s 30 pieces of silver, and yet more damage to industry integrity
It’s a pretty disheartening time to be champion of YouTube objectivity.
Battlefield 4 hopes Player Appreciation Month will distract from ongoing problems
There’s a weird trend in videogames where, if things are not going well for a developer, they’ll attempt to appease the player-base with a shower of virtual items and gifts.
Titanfall PC beta hinted at by EA’s Origin Store
Select Xbox users have been getting a look at Titanfall’s supposed “alpha” build (come on, they’re releasing in March, that’s no alpha,) but until now there hasn’t been much sign of PC people being offered a chance to play before release.
EA and Microsoft caught engaging in covert YouTube payola
It’s a Tuesday, so there must be a scandal in the games industry.
Battlefield 4 patch released, makes things a bit more stable
Rejoice: our EA overlords have bestowed upon us a new patch for their popular (and infamously broken) man-shooter, Battlefield 4.
Twitch streamer caught up in DDoS attack on DOTA 2, BattleNet, WoT and EA services
It’s all the rage this week, DDoS attacks on game services.
Battlefield 4 patched once again – Flickering issue sorted
It’s time for another Battlefield 4 patch and this time the SLI/Crossfire flickering issue has apparently been sorted after the last patch.
Battlefield 4 expansions to be delayed until the game works properly
EA has come as close as you’re ever likely to see to admitting that Battlefield 4 is broken, to the point where the company claims that developers DICE will not be working on any future expansions or projects until the game is working as intended.
Origin Black Friday sale begins, for all your Battlefield 4 and Sims 3 needs
For those who held off on buying a PC copy of Battlefield 4, you’ve doubly rewarded.
Victory employee says PR line on Command & Conquer shutdown was “total bs”
Update: Community Manager Eric Krause has now also posted his thoughts on the cancellation and it doesn’t sound good for the franchise.
Origin code apparently gives you Battlefield 3 for free
Edit: This is an older story, if you’re looking for news of Origin’s “On the House” giveaway of Battlefield 3 – head here.
Red alert: EA cancels Command & Conquer, Victory Studios shut down
It’s a sad and sudden end to the latest in the increasingly troubled Command & Conquer series, as the developer Victory Studios today confirms that production on the game has ceased.
Battlefield 4 multiplayer launch trailer actually appears on time
Unlike the bizarrely early SimCity: Cities of Tomorrow launch trailer, this multiplayer launch trailer for Battlefield 4 is appropriately timed.