With World War I’s Battlefield 1 announced and detailed, Electronic Arts continues to pave the road to the game’s Oct 21 release with significant deals.
The latest will net you copies of last year’s Battlefield Hardline or 2014’s Battlefield 4 for $4.99.
"Battlefield™ 1 is coming later this year, and we're celebrating by keeping the action going in Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline,” according to a post on the official site. “For the past few months we’ve been giving away previously released expansion packs for both games to anyone playing on Xbox One, Xbox 360, Origin for PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3. That’s going to continue as we roll down the Road to Battlefield 1, but if you haven’t picked up either game yet, we wanted...
Steam’s Summer Sale will begin next week, according to ... PayPal?
That’s right, last month a Reddit user leaked the June 23 start date for Steam’s annual summer sale and today, PayPal, which has leaked previous Steam sales, seemingly announced the sale via a Tweet.
The sale will run from 9:45 a.m. PT on June 23 until July 4 at 10 a.m. PT., according to the previous leak.
No word on what sort of exceptional discounts we’ll be seeing, but if you game on PC you should be excited.
Given all of the news coming out of E3, news of Alienware’s second version of a Steam Machine and Valve’s doubling down on its own Steam...
Though last year's BE6 Bluetooth earphones were targeted at mobile music lovers who value supreme sonic quality, we found a somewhat lackluster low end delivery marred an otherwise surprisingly unBluetooth-like performance. They were not the most comfortable ear candy we've pushed down our canals either, and play time between charges fell slightly short of expectations. Was Optoma taking notes? The new BE6i earphones are reported to boast improved audio performance, a better fit, and extended battery life. And they're also water-resistant... Continue Reading Optoma gives NuForce BT buds a performance boost, extended play
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