EA’s Fiscal Results Reveals Juicy Info; New Blockbuster Titles Confirmed

May 11, 2010 Written by Zak Islam

Electronic Arts had one hell of a year in 2009. Their football title, FIFA 10, became the fastest and best selling sports game in video game history. Along with that milestone, EA published a handful of other wildly successful games from various developers including Bioware, Valve, and many more. Now, Electronic Arts has released its just-released Q4 and FY2010 financial results and there is quite a few surprises.

Here’s the list, including already released titles, and a whole batch of new games for FY2011.

Q1

  • Skate 3
  • Green Day: Rock Band
  • All Points Bulletin
  • Sports 2010 FIFA World Cup: South Africa
  • Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online

Q2

  • Need for Speed World
  • Sports NCAA Football 11
  • EA SPORTS FIFA Online
  • Madden NFL 11
  • FIFA 11
  • NHL 11
  • Play MySims SkyHeroes

Q3

  • Medal of Honor
  • Crysis 2
  • Need For Speed TBA
  • EA Partners Game TBA
  • Sports EA SPORTS MMA
  • FIFA Manager 11
  • NBA Jam
  • NBA LIVE 11
  • EA SPORTS Active Title TBA
  • EA SPORTS Active 2.0
  • Play FAMILY GAME NIGHT 3
  • LITTLEST PET SHOP 3 Biggest Stars
  • MONOPOLY Streets
  • Harry Potter TBA
  • EA Play Game TBA
  • The Sims 3 Console/Handheld

Q4

  • Dead Space 2
  • Dragon Age Title TBA
  • Bulletstorm
  • Need For Speed TBA
  • Sports Fighting Title TBA
  • Play New Sims Title TBA
  • Spore Title TBA

So, 3 brand-new Need For Speed titles have been confirmed. It’s no surprise that EA have decided to release 3 further installments since the racing franchise has sold over 1 billion copies. A new Harry Potter game also seems to be in the offing as well as a new Dragon Age title.

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