In the latest Electronic Arts or EA quarterly conference earning call for investors and analysts, the company revealed information that coincides with recent job listings for DICE’s next Battlefield game, where Battlefield 2018 was described as being “visually stunning” and “deeply immersive”.
For those of you who like the Battlefield series of games and wish to know what’s to come regarding Battlefield 2018, you’ll be able to get a slight glimpse of what’s in the works due to the latest earning call transcript that EA published via shareholder.com.
The information through the transcript links up with a previous list of DICE job listings for the next Battlefield title that sees deep progression, itemization and customization as a selling point.
After the re-iteration that Battlefield 2018 will come out, as noted numerous of times, in 2018 by Chief Financial Officer Blake Jorgensen, the CEO, Andrew Wilson, had this to say:
“From visually stunning, deeply immersive games like Star Wars Battlefront II and our next Battlefield, to ongoing innovation in our EA SPORTS titles, we are advancing the state of the art.”
We learn that next year will feature a variety of “big titles” from EA, which is noted below when 2018 or fiscal 2019 rolls around:
“The core of our fiscal 2019 is a full slate of sports titles and their associated live services, plus new live services from Star Wars Battlefront II. We will add the next Battlefield game, and move into the action genre with Anthem.”
According to the earning call transcript, the company expects its subscriber base to increase. EA also expects its new mobile titles to benefit from players looking for deeper experience with higher production value. If you are wondering what this has to do with Battlefield, the 2016 iteration featured a companion app and will likely be followed by a 2018 Battlefield companion app.
Before signing out, would you like to see Battlefield 2018 in modern times? What about revisiting WW2 or Vietnam? Would you like to see the forgotten war known as the Korean War discovered? Or would you want a Battlefield game exploring the 1980-1990’s conflicts during an alternate Cold War?
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