Popular gaming publishers EA aka Electronic Arts recently shared its financial results for FY2022, and while talking about the company’s future starting from FY2023, executives of the company shared some huge details about its upcoming slate.
During the company presentation’s, EA revealed the title slate for FY’23, which featured the arrival of games from franchises like Madden, F1, FIFA, Need for Speed. and NHL in the first three quarters.
However, in Q4, EA is planning to have a packed schedule with five games releasing in total. This includes a game based on the PGA Tour series and four un-announced titles.
EA has 4 games that have either not been publicly announced or release date not disclosed launching during Q4 of Fiscal Year 2023 (January – March 2023)
• “Major IP”
• “Partner Title”
• “Sports Title” pic.twitter.com/pDGfbRQuvX
— Benji-Sales (@BenjiSales) May 10, 2022
Fans are quite intrigued about the four un-announced titles, with EA providing minute details about them, as they were written as “Major IP”, “Partner Title”, “Remake” and “Sports title”.
People and industry insiders have already started to pile on the guesses, with many claiming that the EA remake will most likely be the remake of the 2008 survival horror game Dead Space, whose development was announced at EA Play Live 2021.
Other than that, for the rumored sports title, players have guessed between a new title in either the Madden Football College series or the UFc franchise, with the previous title releasing almost two years ago in 2020. Plus, with the major IP, fans believe EA to be soon unveiling it as the sequel to Respawn’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
However, the biggest mystery currently revolves around the partner title, as insiders have little to no clue about it. As of right now, it’s been stated that EA have been working on titles from franchises like Skate, and at this stage Electronic Arts has revealed no indications about what the title can be, and fans want to hear more about these games as soon as possible.