In his words, we can expect the following titles between April 1, 2010 and March 31, 2011: "a great new version of Medal of Honor, a revitalized Need for Speed, Sims on console, FIFA in a World Cup year, an innovative and new take on Madden, Dead Space 2, Crysis...an MMA game, and many others."
While some of those (Medal of Honor, EA Sports MMA) were already expected this year, Dead Space 2, Criterion's Need for Speed, and Crysis 2 (presumably) had yet to receive any sort of release estimate, with word of an "innovative and new take on Madden" plus more "Sims on consoles" marking new revelations.
In addition, Ricciteillo noted that the company currently expects to launch a "major MMO" in spring 2011, suggesting a likely timeframe for Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Iv gone from kinda an ea hater, for various reasons(for all the evil things they did that we all know about) to really liking alot of the games they publish. Its been a good turnaround for them.
I just hope they start posting a profit or they'll end up going back to their old ways just to stay alive.
they had Activision and Bob Kotick to take their place