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EA Has Four Unannounced Games Planned for Early 2023

EA has four unannounced games planned to release by early 2023, according to their latest earnings report detailing the rest of the fiscal year. These include a “remake”, “major IP”, “partner title” and “sports title”, though some have speculated that one of them might be Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2.

Electronic Arts’ latest fiscal report revealed some interesting details. Four undisclosed titles are planned to launch in early 2023, with the “partner title” likely being Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2. Some have speculated that the “remake” is Motive Studio’s Dead Space, which is planned to release in early 2023 too – though that has already been announced.

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The third quarter (ending 31 December) will see the release of the next NHL game and the new Need for Speed from Criterion Games. Whether this factors into EA’s four undisclosed titles isn’t clear. EA Sports PGA Tour is also expected to release by early 2023.

EA previously cancelled its EA Play Live event this year, meaning new game reveals will sporadically happen throughout the year and possibly at major events like Summer Game Fest and the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase.

Meanwhile, EA CEO Andrew Wilson stated that the company will remain committed to Battlefield 2042 in the long-term, despite its initial massive backlash from the community:

“No, and again, we take the long view here. This is one of the great franchises of our industry, built by one of the great teams in the industry, and our expectations are it’s going to continue to grow and be a really important part of our portfolio for many, many years to come.”

The Battlefield franchise shifted its leadership to Respawn Entertainment’s Vince Zampella, who will lead the charge on the next major Battlefield installment. EA is also remaining firm on their plans for Battlefield Mobile as the company also moves forward with Heroes of Middle-Earth, a mobile game based on The Lord of the Rings.

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Source: Video Games Chronicle

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