Star Wars Battlefront will be available free of charge to EA Access and Origin Access members from December 13.
EA confirmed that the full base game will be "joining The Vault" on Twitter, but those wishing to play Star Wars Battlefront's DLC - say, the new Rogue One-themed expansion - will have to purchase it separately.
In a startling coincidence, the game's season pass is currently on sale for £24.99 on Xbox One - or £22.99 for Access members, who swipe an extra 10 percent discount on all Xbox One Digital Purchases.
Sony has picked up North American and multi-territory rights to hugely anticipated Chinese movie “Journey to the West: Demon Chapter.” The film is a rare collaboration between action comedy-king Stephen Chow (Shaolin Soccer,” “Kung Fu Hustle”) as producer, and fantasy specialist Tsui Hark (“The Black Mast,” “Once Upon a Time in China”) as director.
Final Fantasy XV director, Hajime Tabata has revealed the short-, mid- and long-term plans for updating the new action-RPG.
Alongside the game's six pieces of paid DLC, Tabata used a blog post to explain that the game will receive free updates throughout the next year, including both tweaks to existing content and brand new material.
Most ambitiously, Tabata announces that his team is looking into making "certain key characters playable" (presumably above and beyond the three other main party members, who will each become playable in their respective DLC packs), as well as "considering the possibility of customizable avatars".
Coming into Dubai’s Muhr feature competition boasting kudos for best first feature and best actor from the Berlinale, “Hedi” is an engrossing, realist drama about an inhibited young man whose mother basically runs his life, and how, in the week leading up to his wedding, he meets a free-spirited woman who opens a whole new
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — A group of high-caliber American and British film executives have made the trek to the Dubai Film Market for the newly launched Dubai Investors Club where they will show the ropes and hobnob with Arab entrepreneurs who have grown weary of Hollywood seeing them as ATM machines for propositions known