EA Recruits an Army of Battlefield 4 Merchandise Licensing Partners


From books and clothing apparel to console and PC gaming gear to wall graphics and mobile device cases, Electronic Arts has announced an extensive licensed merchandising campaign for Battlefield 4, set to launch October 29th on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, and later on PS4 and Xbox One. Troops in EA’s squad of licensed product manufacturers include the likes of Titan Books, Razer, PDP, Jinx, Prima Games and more.

EA didn’t provide any specifics as far as release dates or pricing for the product lineup, but Battlefield gamers can look forward to seeing the following items at retailers this holiday season.

– Orion Publishing Group Battlefield 4 novel written by Peter Grimsdale

– Titan Books Battlefield 4 art book in Standard and Limited Editions

– Razer performance PC gaming peripherals and accessories, including mice, keyboards, headsets, messengers bags, and iPhone┬« cases

– PDP performance Xbox 360 and PS3 controllers

– Qpad premium PC mouse mats

– Jinx clothing apparel and accessories including t-shirts, hoodies, hats, key chains and dog tags

– Prima Games Standard and Collection Edition strategy guides

– Cook & Becker Battlefield 4 artwork

– Walls360 Battlefield 4 wall graphics

– BigBen Interactive mobile device and tablet cases

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