EA has put Mass Effect on ice following Andromeda's release, as its development studio is transformed into a support house for other developers.
This year will see Need For Speed return. While it’ll most likely arrive with a squad of police cats in hawt persooot, it’ll be ditching some dead weight along the way: A always-online connection requirement. “When release day rolls around for the next Need for Speed, you will be able to play through a single player experience completely offline,” developer Ghost Games said in a statement.
Living up to its title, Battlefront II is throwing in a single-player story this year with a campaign set from the viewpoint of an Imperial officer. A choice that was blatantly obvious for the development team for Battlefront II. “That's where we started with the soldier, and then we looked at the storytelling that was happening in other mediums,” game director Mark Thompson said to Glixel.
Respawn isn’t done with their franchise just yet. There’s still plenty of DLC to burn through between now and June, DLC that drops in a new titan, maps and levels. Here’s the bullet-point rundown of what upcoming patches will add to Titanfall 2 in the months to come.
Moore’s pretty much done with video games for now however, as he’ll be tackling a different job this year: Running the Liverpool football club, who according to my dad and the massive red YNWA scarf he prays to every day, is the bestest team ever. In an interview with Glixel, Moore spoke about his time in the industry, the highs and lows. Also that time he got so fed up with SEGA, that he told the creator of Sonic the Hedgehog to f*ck off.
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