While you're waiting for Battlefield 5, EA DICE wants you to enjoy its predecessors.
Kat explores the franchise's recent history and explains why she's back onboard following last week's reveal of Battlefield 1.
The latest in a long line of attempts to battle the bugs and issues that still plague DICE's shooter.
"A metal clanking sound plays if the user's character stabs the curtains." Eurogamer's Chris Donlan investigates.
Whoever's behind the Frostbite Engine's Twitter account has likely not been having a very good day.
The Oddworld and Fable creators each have a few choice words for the more shareholder-driven side of the industry.
Eurogamer contributor Jon Denton charts the collateral damage of EA and DICE's catastrophic launch.
Battlefield 4's troubles continue, as Premium subscribers start jumping ship and investors express concern.
Looks like Star Wars Battlefront will be delayed a touch, then.
Even as certain aspects of the multiplayer shooter are still broken, Battlefield 4's first DLC has rolled out to Premium subscribers.
We pick the standouts from China Rising and Second Assault.
Although its main rival Call of Duty enjoys yearly releases, EA remains skeptical of the wisdom of annualizing Battlefield.
Digital Foundry's Richard Leadbetter explores how Call of Duty and Battlefield changed the console war.
The campaign is too serious. Multiplayer is too competitive. But who says war can't be fun?
Battlefield 4's multiplayer is strong as ever. The single-player? Not so much.
Battlefield 4 features an impressive roster of weapons and vehicles - but how are they best used? Our guide outlines the most effective ways to use them both.
Want to play Battlefield 4, but don't know where to start? We've got the details on each class, from loadouts to unlocks - and recommendations on how and where to play them.
Battlefield 4's beta throws up some interesting bugs.
Battlefield 4's creative director admits that the series leaned a bit too much on the hardcore side with BF3.
EA's E3 conference today was mostly predictable, but there was much rejoicing heard as Mirror's Edge 2 was announced.
Microsoft's E3 press conference today was indeed, as promised, "all about the games" - Metal Gear Solid V, Titanfall and much more.