We all remember what happened to Visceral Games and to its single-player Star Wars action adventure title, so it's still painful to talk about it and see what's happening at Electronic Arts on the base of that game.
A new and interesting, although disappointing, rumor involving Star Wars Battlefront II has recently shown up on Reddit and, even though we can't confirm the information included, it looks worth reporting it because it says - Battlefront II Support/Development is ending soon.
Electronic Arts CFO Blake Jorgensen has hinted at the fact that live services for Anthem could be deployed later after the launch of the upcoming, and much anticipated, BioWare third person action game.
A few days ago, Electronic Arts have provided a few estimations about how PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have performed as of December 31, 2018, with the latter in particular in a very bad shape in terms of sales.
Electronic Arts has reiterated the intention to keep fuelling its business in the loot box mechanics, no matter whether the laws and regulations around the world (particularly in Netherlands and Belgium) claim they're gambling or not.
According to Electronic Arts, Xbox One has sold less than 30 million units worldwide since launch (till December 2017). EA disclosed the figure during their Q&A session with the investors, stating that 29.5 millions of Xbox One has been sold till December 2017.
Electronic Arts have confirmed that Battlefield V will feature a story-based single-player campaign. This confirmation was much needed from Electronic Arts because there were multiple reports on the internet which stated that Battlefield V is skipping single-player campaign at a cost of Battle Royale mode.
EA's Patrick Soderlund in a recent interview with The Guardian talked about the Battlefront II microtransactions controversy. He stated that Star Wars Battlefront II was not intended to be a "Slot Machine".