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EA using Drupal on Battlefield-Heroes.com | Schoonzie

EA using Drupal on Battlefield-Heroes.com


I was just having a look around the Battlefield Heroes website and noticed a familiar footprint in some of the elements that give away almost all Drupal sites. It’s great to see EA using Drupal for one of their official game sites.

They have linked the Drupal user module into the main EA account system, but after creating an account it returns you to the familiar /user/<uid> page.

Battlefield Heroes

I had a quick look around to see if I could identify sound of the contrib. modules that they were using as well and identified ‘me’ aliases, Abuse, and Views.

There are probably quite a few more in the background, but I couldn’t see them.