Money Count EA: Next Battlefield Will Surprise Players With Scale And Graphics

Money Count EA Next Battlefield Will Surprise Players With Scale And Graphics

Following Nintendo and Take-Two, EA told about its financial results. The report covered the period from July 1 to September 30. The company is pleased with the effectiveness of the EA Play subscription and the number of FIFA 20 players.

Revenues for the quarter and 12 months

  • Total profit was $ 1.15 billion (15% less year on year)
  • Games brought in $ 282 million (last year $ 580 million)
  • $ 869 million fell on services
  • Net income – $ 185 million (88% less)
  • Games brought in $ 1.68 billion in 12 months
  • Total Annual Profit – $ 5.59 Billion

Games and services

  • EA Launched Over 125 Games and Content on Steam during Fiscal Year
  • EA will release 6 games for next-gen consoles between April 1, 2021 and March 31, 2022
  • Among the titles will be new parts of Need For Speed ​​and Battlefield
  • The next part of Criterion racing will get an unprecedented level of graphics
  • The new Battlefield will reach a scale never seen before in the series
  • DICE shooter undergoes internal testing and collects only positive reactions, more details next spring, release before the end of 2021
  • In the coming months, the publisher announces several titles from EA Originals and one remaster (most likely Mass Effect)
  • Madden NFL 21 has nearly 30% more players than last year
  • FIFA 20 has reached nearly 35 million players to date
  • Star Wars: Squadrons Exceeded EA Expectations And The Company Is Set To Maintain Good Relations With Disney
  • EA Play has over 6.5 million paying subscribers, the company plans to double that number within a year
  • Apex Legends has earned a billion dollars in two years, EA believes the shooter can generate that much every year thanks to the development and release of mobile versions
  • 56% of EA game sales in the past 12 months have been in digital

During the report, the company’s CFO Blake Jorgenson said that the publisher will determine the pricing policy when more titles are released for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S / X. At the moment, EA is not ready to say something unambiguous.

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