Codex Gamicus
Electronic Arts Canada
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Type Public
Founded 1999
Headquarters Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
Parent Company Electronic Arts

EA Canada is a video game developer located in Burnaby, British Columbia, close to Vancouver. The development studio was opened in January 1999 and is EA's largest studio. EA Canada alone employs more than one thousand people.

Inside the building there is: a motion-capture studio, twenty-two rooms for composing, fourteen video editing suites, three production studios and a wing for audio compositions. There are also facilities such as fitness rooms, theatre, a cafeteria called EAt, coffee bars and a video games room. The building is situated next to Discovery Park.

EA Black Box[]

EA Black Box was founded when EA acquired Black Box Games in 2002, as a part of EA Canada. It became an independent EA studio in 2005. In March 2003, the firm decided that they lacked space for their current projects so the top four floors of an office tower in downtown were used for expansion. EA Black Box have since its founding been home for among others the Need for Speed franchise.

Games developed[]

Below, a list of games EA Canada and EA Black Box have developed. Items with an asterix (*) indicate that they are known to be currently working on that project.

EA Games[]

Games developed for publishing by EA Games/EA (EA dropped the "EA Games" brand and now uses only "EA" instead):

EA Sports[]

Games developed for publishing by EA Sports:

EA Sports BIG[]

Games developed for publishing by EA Sports BIG:

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