Browsing tag: Andrew Wilson

EA Has Plans to Release “Multiple New Franchises” in the Years Ahead News 0

News 0 While publisher EA already has quite a number of franchises under its belt with Battlefield franchise alongside the company’s yearly sports games, it looks like we can expect quite a number of new ones to be announced this coming next-gen. Related Reading: EA CEO: Battlefield 2021 Given an Extra Year of Development, Confident in Launching […]

EA Laying Off 350 Employees News 0

News 0 It’s another bad day in video games, folks. In a new post on the company’s website, EA CEO Andrew Wilson confirmed that EA is laying off 350 employees across the publisher’s marketing and publishing staff. Read on below for the full note by Wilson. Today we took some important steps as a company to address […]

EA. Activision CEOs Part of the Top 100 Overpaid CEOs List News 1

News 1 Even while gaming companies continue to shutdown studios and lay off mobs of people, it seems the top brass are usually not affected, and are living the high life. If that wasn’t a slap in the face enough, the world’s two biggest video game publishers  — EA, and Activision — have their CEOs be part […]

Report: This Video Gives a Very Good Case That Loot Boxes & Microtransactions at EA Was Started by Andrew Wilson News 6

News 6 While EA has received the brunt of hate and criticism due to Star Wars Battlefront II’s loot boxes and its pay-to-win-centric focus, the gameplay “feature” that seems to be everyone’s favorite didn’t start with Battlefront II, or with Blizzard’s Overwatch, or even mobile gaming’s f2p-dependent model, as some people think it did. In this in-depth […]

“When You Push Innovation, You Miss Other Things” – EA on Battlefield 4 Issues News 66

News 66 A few days ago, the CEO of Electronic Arts, Andrew Wilson, took the stage at the SXSW event in Austin to show off Titanfall and reflect on previous titles published under the company. “Building games is very hard… when you push innovation, you miss other things. We’ve changed our process,” Wilson stated in response to […]

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