During the earnings call, EA CEO Andrew Wilson said we’d be getting a new console and mobile Need for Speed this year, Mirror’s Edge is set to “revolutionize the action-adventure genre with its stunning first-person gameplay” when it launches in Spring 2016, and he hinted at a sequel to Garden Warfare as that new Plants vs Zombies console title:
After Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare became a sensation last year with console players young and old, we will be returning to the Plants vs. Zombies universe with a bigger and bolder new console experience in FY 2016 that we’ll share more about at E3.
With their full year financial report now available, EA has confirmed its games line-up for the upcoming fiscal year (ending March 31, 2016), which includes Mirror’s Edge, a new Need for Speed, a new Plants vs Zombies, and more.
Here’s the full list of games set for release this fiscal year:
Q1 (April – June 2015)
Q2 (July – September 2015)
Q3 (October – December 2015)
- NBA Live 16 (Console)
- Untitled Need for Speed (Console, PC)
- Star Wars Battlefront (Console, PC)
Q4 (January – March 2016)
- Mirror’s Edge (Console, PC)
- Untitled Plants vs. Zombies (Console, PC)
Of course, all release dates are subject to change.
As for the actual financial numbers, FY15 revenue was $4.319 billion, with a record $2.230 billion of that from digital sales.
EA also reports that they were the #1 publisher worldwide on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in FY15, driven by titles like Battlefield Hardline, Dragon Age Inquisition, FIFA 15, and more.
Are you excited for EA’s line-up this year?