On its preliminary financial results for its second fiscal quarter ended September 30, 2019, EA revealed that some of its studios or working on brand new games. As such, gamers can expect new titles from Bioware, DICE, Maxis and Criterion.
Going into more details, EA stated that Motive is working on a brand new IP. Furthermore, Bioware, DICE, Maxis and Criterion are working on new projects. EA Sports is also working on new titles (these are most likely its annual sport games). EA also has some new indie and third-party developer games that it will reveal at a later date.
The publisher has also confirmed that the next-gen Battlefield game will launch after April 2021. This means that there won’t be a next-gen BF game during the launch of the next-gen consoles. Moreover, Dragon Age 4 may probably come out after March 2022.
Electronic Arts also stated that it will deliver some exciting remasters of fan favourites. Although the publisher did not reveal any additional details, it did state that one of them is Command & Conquer.
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