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  • Blog Post: Patrick Söderlund Explains How Frostbite Has Changed EA For The Better

    When we sat down to play Dragon Age: Inquisition for the first time, we noted that the pause mechanic that lets players plot their attacks had changed. The ability to slowly wind time forward while paused (called "engage mode") was described by creative director Mike Laidlaw as an unintended... More
  • Blog Post: DICE Has Parts Of Battlefield 4 Running On An iPad

    It’s no secret that EA’s primary engine, Frostbite 3, is running on iOS . In fact, the Battlefield 4 Commander app runs on it. However, DICE piqued our interest today when it announced that parts of Battlefield 4 are running on iOS right now. The project is still early and very much a tech... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] EA Deletes Wii U April Fools' Jabs

    Update: Following the tweets from the official Frostbite Engine Twitter account this morning, EA has offered an official comment on the situation. The statement comes from chief operating officer Peter Moore (fittingly) via Twitter. Our apologies to partners @NintendoAmerica & fan @FrostbiteEngine... More
  • Blog Post: Classic Activision Action Figures Are The Real American Heroes

    In the action figure world, you’d call what Dan Polydoris does “kitbashing” (the act of repurposing and redesigning action figures). In the video game world, we’d call it “correcting a decades old error.” The classic Activision action figures above have all been created... More
  • Blog Post: EA Releasing 17-Game Command And Conquer Collection

    Can you believe the Command and Conquer series has been around 17 years now? EA decided to celebrate in style by announcing a 17-game collection. As an additional perk, buyers will receive early beta access for the Frostbite 2 powered Command & Conquer, set for 2013. All the Command and Conquer games... More
  • Blog Post: EA Announces Need For Speed: The Run

    EA has announced the latest entry in the Need for Speed franchise, Need For Speed: The Run. The game, developed by Black Box, takes players on a cross-country ride for their lives from San Francisco to New York. The game uses DICE's Frostbite 2 engine, which allows for destructive elements such as... More
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