DICE Los Angeles becomes Ripple Effect Studios

Studio starting work on a yet-to-be-announced project.

Ripple Effect Studios

Electronic Arts’ has announced Ripple Effect Studios, previously known as DICE Los Angeles.

The studio, managed by Respawn Entertainment co-founder Vince Zampella and general manager Christian GRass, is currently working on a “player-inspired experience for Battlefield 2042 and starting work on a yet-to-be-announced project.”

“We’re so proud of our work as DICE Los Angeles and the DICE team will forever be a part of our DNA, but over the past eight years, we’ve developed our own culture and our own way of doing things,” said Grass in a statement. “We’re excited to look towards the future, expand the team and establish our own identity.”

Zampella added, “The talent here has a great track record of producing high-quality titles, and the studio’s set to make even more incredible games in the future. With an amazing new campus coming to Los Angeles and remote positions available, now is a great time to consider joining us.”

For the full list of available positions at Ripple Effect Studios, visit Electronic Arts’ careers page.

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