"EA Sports FC" is generating a lot of headlines right now, but there's plenty of other stuff going on at Electronic Arts.
In the video game giant's latest earnings report, the company teased what's on the menu for 2023. According to official details, there are plans for a major IP, a partner title, a remake as a well as an unknown sports title. In a footnote, EA mentions how all four titles have "not yet been publicly disclosed".
Although it's unclear at this point in time what exactly these four games are, there are already plenty of existing EA licenses that come to mind, such as the Mass Effect and Dragon Age series. EA's college football project is another one fans are waiting for.
The confirmed list of upcoming games (not including the unknowns) is as follows:
- F1 22 (Q1 2022)
- FIFA 23 (Q2 2022)
- Madden NFL 23 (Q2 2022)
- Need For Speed (Q3 2022)
- NHL 23 (Q3 2022)
- PGA Tour (Q4 2022)
Whatever these extra unknown games are, there's a good chance they will at some point come to the Xbox Series X|S consoles and Microsoft Windows platforms (and EA Play in the future). In somewhat related news, EA yesterday announced it would be making games based on The Lord of the Rings again.
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