Jun 09, 8:30 PM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Technology By Mike Luces 06/09/18 AT 8:26 PM At E3 2018, Electronic Arts and its subsidiaries, DICE and BioWare, did not just announce and showcase their upcoming games. They also took time to address the microtransactions controversy that started with “Star Wars Battlefront 2” last year.EA CEO Andrew Wilson spoke about the issue during the EA Play event. Basically, Wilson noted that EA developers are working hard to make great games that provide players with options on how they want to play them. He also acknowledged the complaints from fans and said that they always listen to the feedback given to them.“We are always trying to learn and listen and strive to be better. As you look at the 10 experiences that you’re going to see today and as you play games this week, there’s some things we hope come through. First, that at the very core is choice, is that you as players get to choose how you play, what you play, when you play and what devices you play on. That in making those choices you feel you are treated fairly,” Wilson was quoted as saying by Polygon.Wilson went on to… Read full this story
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