All publications by tag «Electronic Arts»
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.
EA lays off 200 Apex Legends QA testers during unscheduled 5-minute Zoom call
Electronic Arts has conducted a new round of mass layoffs. The entire testing team at the Baton Rouge, Louisiana office that worked on Apex Legends has reportedly been disbanded. And none of the QA workers knew about it in advance.
Inside Wild Hearts’ troubled launch: high stakes, poor performance, and EA’s push for $70 AAA price point
Wild Hearts has just launched globally. Although Omega Force’s new game is appealing gameplay-wise, its technical state could ruin the studio’s plans to build a new monster hunting franchise. Let’s take a look at the title’s market potential and what made Electronic Arts bet big on it.
How Captain Mathius’ transformation scene was made in Dead Space remake — explained by EA Motive
The Dead Space remake not only carefully recreates the original game, but also uses modern technologies to breathe new life into certain scenes. Here is how EA Motive reworked the famous transformation sequence.
Why Apex Legends Mobile got shut down despite being EA’s sixth highest-grossing mobile game in 2022
When announcing the shutdown of Apex Legends Mobile, Electronic Arts stated that it no longer lived up to the bar for quality. The reasons, however, must be more complex given that the game has been one of the highest performing titles in the company’s mobile portfolio.