The official Battlefield Twitter account has shed some tasty new detail regarding Visceral’s Battlefield Hardline which is launching in just a few months time.
If you’re desperate to get your hands on the upcoming cops and robbers multiplayer shooter, now is a fantastic time to join the EA Access subscription service as it’ll be available to download digitally a few days before it’s official, physical launch.
Not a bad perk to the service and if you’re buying it digitally, you should be able to get a further 10% discount with this program — if past EA titles are anything to go by.
Today, NHL Hockey fans, you’re in for a treat as the NHL GameCenter will launch on Xbox LIVE, giving Gold subscribers access to their favourite NHL hockey action. This comes just in time for the 2013 season to take centre ice as the new NHL GameCenter brings you live games, replays, classic games, and videos. Continue reading NHL GameCenter launches on Xbox LIVE Today
Details surrounding the Call of Duty Elite 2.0 service has been pretty slim so far and gamer’s are still bemused as to why an Elite subscription hasn’t been included in the Hardened or Care Package Editions of Black Ops 2 – but today a Season Pass has been outed via the Call of Duty official website, before it was then swiftly removed. Continue reading Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 – Season Pass Outed
Battlefield 3 Premium is set to becomes EA’s answer to Call of Duty ELITE for their own hit FPS franchise offering early access to content and extra’s for a premium price of 4000 MS Points when it launches later this year. All the facts are included in the image below. Continue reading Battlefield 3 Premium Priced at 4000 MS Points
Having spent the last year trying to incorporate a service similar to Netflix and LOVEFiLM, Microsoft’s own subscription based service would have allowed users to fork out a monthly fee for a package of programmes as an alternative to other Live TV and On Demand Services. Continue reading Microsoft Suspends Kinect Featured TV Subscription Plans