2017 was a rough year for publisher Electronic Arts, with a loot box-filled controversy at the center. 2018 provides with a chance to change their outlook from the previous year.
Now that’s a good laugh
Yup, we'll laugh them right out the door. !/&$ EA. Stupid &¥!^%made mother%×€£¥$
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You mean like every time they f*** up only for them to do something brand new to p*** us off again How many chances can people give shitty companies before they wake the hell up.
They never had... never will.
Reconnect with their fans ? Not really. If people still blind by this, i’m sorry, but you people need to stay away abusive relationship from EA. I know not every companies are perfect but EA is just low as hell.
If "reconnect" means "piss off, annoy, and make bad choices" then yes, they have a great shot.
More like show how much worse they've become detached from fans and what makes a decent game.
Yeah I very much doubt it
There are EA fans? Genuine question. Title sounds silly
Its going to take a lot longer than just 2018 to win people back.
EA will keep messing up. Only when people quit buying their games, will they learn anything.
The reconnection will cost you a loot box !!!
Wouldn’t take that bet.
EA has been screwing fans since its inception
Wait, so EA has a sense of humor now? I never expected that. /s EA is sending many titles like Titan Fall franchise to the abyss. No one will feel any sense of connection with a company that murders gaming year after year. Their greed will make them irrelevant. I hope they hit bankruptcy so they learn the lesson once and for all.
Just like Bungie with Destiny and Capcom with many franchises, they will never learn and will dig a deeper hole year after year.
Eventually, EA Will die why because one they are depending heavenly on microtransactions every game they are developing has it. I think they are better off doing mobile gaming since if they had any fans they killed them by destroying every great franchise they had.
How about you release your next 5-7 games without [email protected]&!#€$ over gamers with loot boxes and greedy game mechanics and we will maybe give you a sliver of trust.
your chance to connect with me is to make Dead Space 4 in the style of Dead Space 2. and, a sequel to Dante's Inferno...
Well of course dummy.... A chance in hell.
" Ea has a chance to reconnect with fans in 2018 " Read that started laughing I hardly doubt any True gamer is willing to accept Ea loot create and microtransaction shenanigan again . only game i buy from Ea is Need for Speed and that's been officially Dead since Underground 2
I’ll buy an EA game if it’s good but I doubt EA has many fans. Maybe EA sports but that’s about it.
I couldn't stop laughing
I still haven't bought an EA game this generation. And the only way that would change is with remasters of their GOOD games from last gen.
From EA I bought the Dragon Age Inquisition and ... before that only the NBA Jam on the Mega Drive in the 90's (I'm not even sure if it's from EA).
Until they get rid of CEO Andrew Wilson, they will continue to chart the same course. They need a fresh face to lead the company.
The problem is even if they do (and that’s a big if) they’ll just try to find another way to steal wallets from their consumers.
lol they better not showing up during E3...
ea is just fine. after the kids threw their tantrums, everybody is buying their games anyway. so this discussion is really coming off as delusional.
They connect with fans its called microtransactions and the wallets of the fans and killing off ip's that fans like such as Dead Space plus they also like to shut down studios that fans like.
cant wait till they stab the player base in the back again
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