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Besides the NBA Live title, Wilson said that EA is working on a brand new opportunity for EA Sports. That title will expand EA’s line-up of annual EA Sports titles.

Wilson also said that Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond, a virtual reality title for the Oculus Rift, will no longer ship in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2020. That title will now ship in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2021.

EA will also expand its live services for games like Apex Legends and The Sims 4.

“We also have plans for new experiences that we’ve not yet announced for next year,” Wilson said. “New titles and new IP for multiple platforms. Introducing new games will always be at our core, and we look forward to exciting players with unexpected new titles in FY21.”

EA also has two new EA Partners titles coming, as well as other unannounced titles in the works."

https://venturebeat.com/2019/10/29/ea-ceo-big-changes-and-lineup-additions-in-store-over-next-couple-of-years/

Sounds like EA will be putting out a lot more content next year, compared to this year. Also a new EA sports brand, probably is NCAA returning. I hope at least some of these titles come to the Switch.



     

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It will be curious to see if this is a sort of 'reset' phase for EA going forward.

As for remasters, I wouldn't mind a Dead Space trilogy with a reworked DS3.



twintail said:
It will be curious to see if this is a sort of 'reset' phase for EA going forward.

As for remasters, I wouldn't mind a Dead Space trilogy with a reworked DS3.

I feel confident that EA will never truly change :/

I could see Dead Space being one of the remasters. Certainly Mass Effect Trilogy will be one of them. Maybe a Skate game or Bad Company game.



     

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twintail said:
It will be curious to see if this is a sort of 'reset' phase for EA going forward.

As for remasters, I wouldn't mind a Dead Space trilogy with a reworked DS3.

This is the only reason I opened this thread. I’ve been dying for this! Please, EA, do something good. 



"EA will also expand its live services for games like Apex Legends and The Sims 4."

Maybe they'll partner with a payday or title loan company so that you can buy some EA loot boxes on easy credit.



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Finally. Those older games were getting really outdated without microtransactions.



I'm going to guess that they won't appear on the Switch despite not being on Trash-engine Frostbite or originating from PS3/360 systems that the Switch is well stronger than....because E.A doesn't want Nintendo gamer money for some reason.



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KrspaceT said:
I'm going to guess that they won't appear on the Switch despite not being on Trash-engine Frostbite or originating from PS3/360 systems that the Switch is well stronger than....because E.A doesn't want Nintendo gamer money for some reason.

EA has always been kind of pissy about Nintendo. I think they started hating Nintendo when they reviewed game software sales in the 1980s and the top-selling EA games were on page 3 behind three pages of NES games. They also got pissy because they couldn't strong-arm Nintendo into letting them release their own cartridges on the SNES the way they did to Sega on Genesis. Nintendo just flat-out refuses to kiss EA's ass.



cycycychris said:
twintail said:
It will be curious to see if this is a sort of 'reset' phase for EA going forward.

As for remasters, I wouldn't mind a Dead Space trilogy with a reworked DS3.

I feel confident that EA will never truly change :/

I could see Dead Space being one of the remasters. Certainly Mass Effect Trilogy will be one of them. Maybe a Skate game or Bad Company game.

Interested in this thread and seeing what EA tries to grab onto as their lootbox gambling era is getting more and more heat from officials who want to crack down on them putting gambling in games with a 3+ age rating.

Always kinda found it funny that EA released a game called Bad Company.... I mean... they know don't they?



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SanAndreasX said:
"EA will also expand its live services for games like Apex Legends and The Sims 4."

Maybe they'll partner with a payday or title loan company so that you can buy some EA loot boxes on easy credit.

Yeah I think I seen them mentioned on the QuickQuid TV adverts now, if you really want another shot at Messi but your credit card is in the red until payday, only 13499% APR for your chance to have the ultimate team early.... for your 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000001% chance.



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