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Report: Immortals of Aveum’s budget totaled $125 million, with sales being “tiny fraction” of pre-launch projections
It is no secret that Immortals of Aveum, a first-person magic shooter developed by Ascendant Studios, turned out to be a commercial failure. But now a new report has emerged about the game’s estimated budget.
Frostbite rebranding in detail: EA abandons its “one engine” strategy, allowing devs to use third-party solutions
Electronic Arts has suddenly rebranded the Frostbite engine by presenting a new identity and vision for its proprietary tech. The company is betting big on collaborative efforts, while no longer restricting developers from using third-party solutions.
“Live services are the foundation of our business,” says Andrew Wilson, as EA reports 33% profit growth in Q2
Electronic Arts has released a financial report for the second quarter ended September 30. The company’s revenue and profit continue to grow, largely driven by the ongoing success of its live service games.
Battlefield 2042 breaks its peak CCU record with over 107k concurrent players, tech lead says “these numbers warm my heart”
Battlefield 2042 is having a renaissance thanks to the start of a new season and a series of promotional events from DICE. As a result, the game has managed to attract more concurrent players on Steam than it had at launch.
Immortals of Aveum peaks at only 751 concurrent players on Steam, joining cohort of poorly optimized AAA releases
Magic shooter Immortals of Aveum has just been released globally. The initial metrics for the AAA game, developed by Ascendant Studios and published under the EA Originals program, don’t look promising.
Genshin Impact developer miHoYo generated more profit in 2022 than Activision Blizzard, EA, and Embracer
miHoYo is a private company, so it doesn’t have to release financial statements. However, Chinese media recently disclosed some information about the Genshin Impact developer’s revenue and profit.
EA annual report: full game net bookings down 16%, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor launch beats all expectations
Electronic Arts has released its financial report for the full fiscal year ended March 31, 2023. In addition to the financial figures, the company also shared some details about its games and upcoming releases.