Post Reply Electronic Arts to acquire Respawn Entertainment
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Posted 11/9/17 , edited 11/10/17
One of the companies I worked for was bought out by a multi billion company. I hope they do not think that working for larger company is better now especially what they did to Visceral Games

https://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/308522/Visceral_devs_share_the_story_of_the_studios_closure.php
https://kotaku.com/the-collapse-of-viscerals-ambitious-star-wars-game-1819916152

https://gematsu.com/2017/11/electronic-arts-acquire-respawn-entertainment

You will have to deal with random chance of getting the titan you want ?



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Posted 11/9/17
they shut down Visceral and spend 455 Million on a company whose games they already publish two weeks later
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Posted 11/9/17
Considering they threw TItanfall 2 under the bus last year by releasing a week after Battlefield 1 and a week before COD. That doesn't bode well for the future of that franchise
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Posted 11/9/17
It's too bad that EA can't actually make more people aware that the people who run Respawn are the people who actually made Call of Duty what it is.
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Posted 11/9/17 , edited 11/9/17
When EA acquires your company, it's time to start looking for a new job. It only took them four years from 2007 to the release of Dragon Age 2 in 2011 to run BioWare into the ground. EA is a deplorable company with a deplorable track record. Don't expect anything but a terrible working environment and predatory consumer practices.
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Posted 11/10/17
I'm sure the Respawn people think EA is saintly compared to how they were treated by Activision.

Microsoft probably should have made a move to buy them though
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