A big game company, no real surprises
Development Tester (Former Employee) – Emeryville, CA – July 10, 2017
Each studio at EA is different, but the corporate culture influences everything. This means that ultimately you're pretty faceless, unless you're a big enough name to be a selling point for a game.
As with any game company unless you *really* want to make games, or you just need a job for a few years to fill in experience on your resume, then you probably shouldn't work here. Game companies don't pay very well, don't treat their employees very well, and aren't very secure employment.
Your mileage may vary, but I'm not big on working for game companies until they at least stabilize to a tech company level.