By Michael McWhertor
on Dec 23, 2014
Electronic Arts is holding a holiday season sale on Origin PC games, including deals on Dragon Age: Inquisition, Titanfall, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare and FIFA 15. One of the best deals may...
on Jul 14, 2014
After almost two years with Payday developer Overkill Software, Payday 2 game director David Goldfarb has left to make his own independent studio in Stockholm, he tells Polygon.
"I have decided to...
By Ben Kuchera
on Jun 24, 2014
I once ran a Battlefield 1942 league in college, complete with squads, scheduled practices, a ranking system and tiered communications. It was a pain to set up, but it was a great time.
By Alexa Ray Corriea
on Jun 23, 2014
Third-party anti-cheat software used to prevent hacks in Battlefield 3 accidentally banned some players from the game, according to a post publisher Electronic Arts' help website.
By Dave Tach
on May 28, 2014
Battlefield 3's Standard Edition is available for free on Origin until June 3, a 100 percent discount off its regular $19.99 price, according to the game's listing in Electronic Arts' digital...
By Jenna Pitcher
on Feb 25, 2014
Battlefield 4 developer EA DICE is offering early access to Platoons, an upcoming social feature that allows players to track stats together in groups, according to a Battlelog forum post by...
on Jan 13, 2014
A new update for the Windows PC version of Battlefield 4 is out today, aiming to address server stability issues that have plagued the game since launch.
According to the Battlefield blog, the...
on Nov 28, 2013
Microsoft is investigating recent reports of Battlefield 4 DLC Second Assault being unavailable for Xbox One owners who have purchased Battlefield Premium.
The DLC, which includes versions of four...
By Colin Campbell
on Nov 19, 2013
Battlefield 4's multiplayer maps are playgrounds built on the premise of variety, and Second Assault, the game's initial DLC map-pack, is no exception.
Due to be released as an Xbox One...
By Tracey Lien
on Nov 03, 2013
The solution to the problems that plagued the launch of the HealthCare.gov website could lie in game development, according to EA CEO Andrew Wilson.
Responding to a question from Polygon reader V...