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  • Blog Post: EA Appears To Have Moved Mass Effect From Holiday 2016 To Early 2017

    BioWare is apparently going to need a bit more time to take us back to the stars. EA chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen has commented that Mass Effect: Andromeda will be releasing during the company’s fourth quarter. He was speaking at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference... More
  • Blog Post: Electronic Arts Working On Assassin’s Creed-Style Game With Jade Raymond

    EA continues to grow its influence across genres, building a stable of studios and wholly owned properties. The acquisition of DICE in 2006 delivered one of the biggest shooters. BioWare in 2007 gave the company solid RPG offerings. PopCap, purchased in 2011, gave EA a foothold in mobile. Most recently... More
  • Blog Post: EA Will Not Be Making Star Wars Movie Games

    In a presentation at the UBS Global Technology Conference, EA chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen discussed details about the publisher’s upcoming Star Wars titles . With a new series of movies slated for release in 2015, many wondered if EA would be handling tie-in titles. “We’ve... More
  • Blog Post: EA Backpedals, Games In Development For 'The Nintendo Console'

    Wii U owners might be catching a break. EA chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen made a presentation at the Stifel Nicolaus Internet, Media, & Communications Conference yesterday, offering new information on the publisher's plans for the Wii U. Last week, EA stated definitively that it has... More
  • Blog Post: EA Earnings Call: Ten Percent Workforce Reduction, Battlefield 4 Critical To Fiscal Year 2014

    EA has released financial statements covering the entirety of fiscal year 2013. In addition to better than analyst predicted performance, officers committed to level operating expenses through the console transition during the coming year. EA met the revised forecast it provided at the end of third quarter... More
  • Blog Post: EA’s Microtransactions Comment Clarified

    It was originally reported that Electronic Arts CFO Blake Jorgensen said the company’s plan is to make microtransactions common in all upcoming games – but that was partly wrong. Jorgensen clarified his comments, explaining that upcoming games could have them, not that they all will. "I... More
  • Blog Post: Report: EA May Add New Sports Franchises

    Electronic Arts’ chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen said “a couple of new sports franchises” may be added to the developer’s stable of sports games. The revelation came during the Wedbush Technology Conference today. While answering a question about EA’s planned releases... More
  • Blog Post: EA Exec Talks Next Gen And Used Games

    Electronic Arts CFO Blake Jorgensen recently talked about his company's plans for the next-generation of systems, including topics such as used games and some of their features. Speaking at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference, Jorgensen seemed to indicate that EA was better prepared... More
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