On May 2, EA registered each of the names through the brand protection agency Corporation Service Company (CSC), adding to its ever-growing collection of Battlefield-related web addresses which includes its crown-jewel Battlefield.com, a name that EA spent $80,000 USD to acquire.
As of today, EA now owns Battlefield.com, Battlefield2.com – Battlefield9.com, and Battlefield13.com – Battlefield20.com. Battlefield10.com – Battlefield12.com are owned by other parties, not associated with Electronic Arts.
By comparison to its biggest competitor, Activision, ModernWarfare8.com through ModernWarfare20.com and beyond, are not registered at the time of this story being published.
EA is expected to release Battlefield 4 this fall.
The Shooter Generation here to stay confirmed!? EA seems to think so. I wish i could say the same about RPG's, be it western or japanese.
According to a new study; YouTube, Xbox.com, NeoGaf, N4G, VGChartz, IGN, GameSpot, GameStop, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Mainland Europe, Asia and The Middle East among countless others are experiencing a Tsunami of people in love with Sony's gamings offerings.