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 EA acquires developer of Battlelog - briefly
(hx) 04:56 PM EDT - Sep,30 2012
EA has snatched up ESN, the developer behind the recent Battlelog app for web and mobile devices. With the new corporate backing, the studio says it will focus its energy on Battlefield, Battlelog, and other projects with fellow Swedish studio DICE.
The ESN team is extremely happy to announce that we now are a part of the Electronic Arts family. During the past few years we have been working closely together with EA and DICE to build Battlelog for Battlefield 3. We couldn't be more excited about this opportunity and the team is looking forward to focus all of its energy on DICE, Battlelog and the Battlefield series.

As we’re teaming up with EA and DICE, we are looking for more talented developers and designers to join our studio and help create some of the best online game services out there. Find out more on the Careers section.

last 10 comments:
Koogle(08:53 PM EDT - Sep,30 2012 )
I don't even play BF3 because of fking battlelog

junk shitt

Koogle(08:54 PM EDT - Sep,30 2012 )
combined with that origin..urf

-=WolverinE=-(03:01 AM EDT - Oct,01 2012 )
EA has become a business corporation long time ago. No one is interested in gaming anymore, just how to milk customers. Smells like Apple and M$ all over the place. At least crApple have the looks...

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