EA has an undisclosed ‘major IP’ and a remake planned for release in early 2023

Electronic Arts has said it’s planning to a release a “major IP” and a remake in the fourth quarter of its current fiscal year.

The games are two of five titles scheduled to release during the three months ending on March 31, 2023, four of which “have not yet been publicly disclosed”.

EA provided an update on its release slate for the rest of the current fiscal year as part of its latest earnings report, which was published on Tuesday.

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The four undisclosed titles scheduled for release in the fourth quarter are listed as “Major IP”, “Partner Title”, “Remake” and “Sports Title”. The previously announced game coming during the quarter is EA Sports PGA Tour.

The partner title referred to could be Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order 2, which was until recently reportedly targeting a 2022 release.

Other upcoming games from the publisher include Apex Legends Mobile, which will launch this month, and F1 22, which is being released on July 1.

EA has an undisclosed ‘major IP’ and a remake planned for release in early 2023
EA shared its fiscal 2023 release slate on Tuesday

The final EA Sports FIFA game will follow in EA’s second quarter ending on September 30, as will a new Madden game.

The third quarter ending on December 31 will include the release of the next NHL game and the new Need for Speed.

EA will also launch The Lord of the Rings: Heroes of Middle-Earth this fiscal year. The free-to-play collectible RPG was announced on Monday.

In March, EA’s Motive studio shared over 20 minutes of new Dead Space remake footage and confirmed an early 2023 release window for the game.

Today’s glimpse into EA’s release schedule was delivered as part of the publisher’s full-year earnings report.

During the 12 months ended March 31, 2022, EA said its player network grew 16% year-over-year to over 580 million unique active accounts, including 150 million EA Sports FIFA accounts.

Earlier today EA confirmed it is ending its long-running naming rights partnership with FIFA and plans to launch the new EA Sports FC series in 2023.