Electronic Arts Inc. (EA Games) is a leading global interactive entertainment software company. EA delivers games, content and online services for Internet-connected consoles, personal computers, mobile phones and tablets. Some of the best known franchises of EA are Fifa, Need for Speed, Madden NFL, NHL, NBA Live, SSX, Battlefield, The Sims, Medal of Honor, Command & Conquer, Dead Space, Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Army of Two, and Titanfall. The list of all titles is below.
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Electronic Arts includes one of the largest in-house development staff among game publishers, employed in many countries in the world.
List of EA Games developer studios
EA Games Titles
Electronic Arts has published a large number of very popular and demanded video games, including Fifa, NHL, NBA, Battlefield, and Need for Speed game series.
List of video games published by Electronic Arts
EA Games News
- Fe given release date and announced for Nintendo Switch
- What to expect from Gamescom 2017
- EA’s net digital sales hit record high for Q1
- Red Dead Redemption 2 delay: is a 2018 release date a smart move by Rockstar?
- Battlefield 1 reaches 21 million players worldwide
- E3 2017 wrap up
- EA to show 8 games at E3 2017
- Need For Speed Payback announced
- Star Wars Battlefront 2 details revealed
- EA’s Peter Moore Named CEO of Liverpool FC
- E3 2017: Early Information
- Digital games sales increased in 2016
- EA creates new global studio branch
- EA discusses marketing success story
- EA’s Star Wars is Like Uncharted
- EA to Launch Indie Publishing Label and a Star Wars Game
- FIFA 17 Release Date Announced
- 5 Things to Watch Out at E3 2016 Expo
- What We Know About the Nintendo NX So Far
- Can the Nintendo NX Revive the Company’s Success?
- Titanfall 2 to Include Single Player Campaign
- EA and Ubisoft in ‘Ghost’ Trademark Dispute
- EA to Host Play Gaming Event in London and LA
- Battlefront Debuts with Biggest Ever UK Star Wars Game Launch
- EA Plans More Battlefront Games
- EA Announces New UFC Game
- EA Cautious About Making VR Games
- EA Want to Develop Games for the Nintendo NX
- HD Remakes Have No Place in EA’s Portfolio
- EA Wants to Take on GTA in the Open World Action Game Market