EA announces EA Sports Ignite, a next generation game engine

EA announces EA Sports Ignite, a next generation game engine

www.engadget.com
Thought Frostbite 3 was EA's only big next-gen games engine? Think again: the publisher just announced EA Sports Ignite at Xbox One's reveal event, a new game engine designed specifically for high-end sports titles. "EA Sports Ignite is designed specifically to help us blur the line between the real...
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