EA is becoming an internet meme after posting a questionable message on Twitter

THE electronic art It became a meme After posting a rather suspicious message on Twitter yesterday evening (30).

The publisher published a publication on the social network that not only Single player games, but also players who prefer a single player experience. The reception of the message, of course, was not the best.

“It’s 10, but it only likes single-player games,” EA wrote on its official Twitter profile.

obviously Netizens did not leave it cheap And many criticized the game’s publisher – and several prominent figures in the gamer scene took the opportunity to release the verb. “It’s 10, but Battlefield 2042’s launch was blamed on Halo Infinite,” wrote Tom Henderson, a well-known journalist and gaming industry insider.

Annapurna Interactive’s profile also responded to the post saying, “They should go [essa mensagem] in projects”.

YouTuber and voice actor Yong Ya gave him a good boost Sarcastically calls Electronic Arts a “grade A expert” When attaching a few prints of a poorly rated publisher’s games on the review aggregator Metacritic.

But The biggest hit That’s probably what Zach Mumbach, a former employee of Electronic Arts and Visceral Games, got in the message. “This is a company that close my studio And fired about 100 big developers because they were Production of a single player game“, the developer noted on the social network.

“Moreover, on a scale of zero to ten.” Most EA games are 6 or 7“, the developer continued. “And it’s not because developers are bad, but because EA Corporation forces them to speed up the release of games,” Mumbach explained. “EA’s corporate leadership I don’t know what “10” is. In terms of video games,” he concluded.

Early this afternoon (1), the Electronic Arts profile posted a new message that cheers the arm, saying that reviews “deserved” Because liking single player games makes people “11th grade”.

Although the publication certainly deserved the negative reception, it is important to note that Electronic Arts is still ready. Making room for the player to experience. After all, the publisher has similar titles Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Ordernew mass effect And the remake dead space in production.

The biggest “but” is that the publisher itself positions itself in favor of microtransactions and Priority Games as Services At the expense of the single player experience. Will it finally sink in?

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