Apex Legends is right now EA's great hope
Respawn Entertainment's battle royale is the fastest growing franchise in its catalog.
With a launch almost on tiptoe and with little promotion until its premiere, then there was a millionaire investment, few expected that Apex Legends would become the great cover of Electronic arts. A video game that is not only convincing the press but also has a hard core of fans that does not stop growing and that make it, at this time, the great hope of Electronic Arts.
The financial report ensures that Apex Legends is "the fastest growing franchise" that Electronic Arts has ever had, and they hope to continue "building a service around it that is capable of entertaining players for many years."
Also, however, they make clear their reluctance to turn completely. "Gambling is exceptional in nature, and it is appropriate to take a somewhat cautious approach to its financing model." Of course, they hope to collect with him in their forecasts for the next period, a figure that moves between the 300 and 400 million dollars.
We are excited about the future of Apex Legends "We are very excited about the future of Apex Legends," the EA executive made clear in a lengthy statement. "People love it, and critics love it. The loyalty around them is strong, and we have big plans for the Legends and the world they compete in."
They also ensure that they are in "advanced negotiations" to take Apex Legends to other territories and platforms, and explain that the game offers a great opportunity to "build a direct connection with the players", and they hope to apply this to other video games.
Other data from Electronic Arts' fiscal report include Anthem's disappointing sales results, below expectations from the North American publisher.