Gaming news round-up: October 27

It was yet another busy day in gaming news with new game announcements, an interesting new PC game download arrangement and some financial results from Electronic Arts.

EA's Origin to sell games from other publishers - Warner Bros. Interactive, THQ and Capcom will begin selling PC games for download on EA's Origin web site beginning in November.

Battlefield 3 ships 10 million copies - As part of its latest financial results, which beat expectations, EA announced it has shipped 10 million copies of Battlefield 3 to stores.

Blizzard president apologizes for video shown at BlizzCon - Blizzard's Mike Morhaime issued an apology for a video shown during BlizzCon's closing concert that had homophobic and offensive content.

DC Universe Online officially goes free-to-play Tuesday - The super hero MMO from Sony Online switches to its free-to-play business model on Tuesday, November 1.

Magicka to get new expansion - The cult hit action-RPG from Paradox will get a new expansion pack, The Stars are Left, later this winter.

Jurassic Park game to get Deluxe Edition - Telltale Games' upcoming episodic movie based game will get a Deluxe Edition with lots of extras.

Project Haste announced - Dead Island developer Techland is working on a new ATV-themed racing game for publisher Ubisoft.

Trine 2 pre-orders get beta access - The upcoming action-puzzle game from Frozenbyte can be pre-ordered to gain access to a two level multiplayer beta version.

Uncharted 3 beaten by tester in just over three hours - A QA tester from Naughty Dog completed the full single player game in three hours and eight minutes.

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