EA expects ‘Battlefield 2042’ to “keep growing” for years

EA has stated that it expects Battlefield 2042 to “continue to grow” and become a “very important part” of its portfolio.

During its quarterly earnings call on Tuesday, EA reaffirmed its commitment to the troubled game for the long haul. In a statement originally transcribed by VGC, CEO Andrew Wilson explained that we have “a long – term vision.”

He added: “This is one of the great franchises in our industry, built by one of the great teams in the industry, and our expectation is that it will continue to grow and become a vital part of our portfolio with many years. . “

Wilson explained that “we now have incredible leadership from that team.” “They’re rethinking the development process from the ground up, and actually using Vince Zampella / Respawn’s model of‘ getting to play as fast as possible, ’” he concluded.

Following this statement, Wilson also noted the “thousands of community updates” that have been made. Although he also mentioned that “we still have work to do.”

The goal is to “invest and grow beyond where the game is today,” according to EA CEOs.

In April, the Battlefield 2042 4.0 update added “over 400” enhancements along with many other tweaks since the game’s release last year.

Rumors suggest that Battlefield 2042 may be coming to Xbox Game Pass in the near future, which could add to its popularity. Recently, SteamDB player charts suggested that the game only draws a maximum of 2,500 players per day on a PC.

In other gaming news, FIFA has announced that it will continue to make “the best soccer games” after its split from EA. The company also plans to work on a number of new non-simulated games. The games are “already in production and will be released during the third quarter of this year.”


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