Ea Q1 Financials 09

EA Q1 financials – everything you need to know

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Ea Q1 Financials 09 headlines

  • Battlefield Heroes delayed to late 2008

    In its first quarter earnings call last night, EA pushed free-to-play shooter Battlefield Heroes back from a summer release to late 2008. “We decided to increase its focus on some of the social networking features,” said boss John Riccitiello, stressing that developer EA DICE hopes to incorporate beta tester feedback and implement new features. “The […]

  • EA Mobile up 33% year-on-year

    The mobile dream will never die. As part of its Q1 financial release yesterday, EA revealed that EA Mobile revenues were up 33 percent to $44 million compared to the same period a year ago. The division has also seen an increase of 4.8 percent sequentially. More here.

  • EA generated $90m through digital distribution in Q1

    Speaking in EA’s first quarter earnings call last night, the firm revealed that more than $90 million had been generated in revenue through digital distribution in the three months ending June 30. The money comes from downloads from the EA Store, as well as console micropayments. The figure represents 11 percent of EA’s total revenue […]

  • C&C FPS Tiberium delayed to fiscal 2010

    Speaking in EA’s first quarter earnings call last night, the publisher confirmed that C&C FPS Tiberium has now been delayed until fiscal 2010. This means there’s no chance of the game shipping before next April, pushed back from the existing release date of autumn 2008. No reason was given for the delay. Thanks, Joystiq.

  • EA: More than 40 games on the way for Wii and DS

    Speaking in EA’s first quarter earnings call last night, company boss John Riccitiello confirmed that the firm has more than 40 games in development for Wii and DS. The exec said that the company’s approach with the titles is a combination of “quality over quantity” and to ensure each is designed to take full advantage […]

  • Madden back on PC next year, says Moore

    Speaking in last night’s first quarter EA earnings call, EA Sports boss Peter Moore said that Madden and other shelved PC sports games would be back on the format next year. According to this IGN story, Moore said the firm would be “retooling these titles to take advantage of the online connectivity in a bigger […]

  • Riccitiello would "love" to charge for Spore body parts

    Speaking in EA’s first quarter earnings call last night, company boss John Riccitiello said that you’d be paying for Spore creature body parts if he had his way. From Edge: “I would love to imagine that two years from now or a year from now the debate is whether or not we need a ‘Spore’ […]

  • Boom Blox has sold 450,000 units, says EA

    In its first quarter earnings call last night, EA said that Spielberg Wii puzzler Boom Blox has now sold more that 450,000 units. The game was feared to have tanked after week one sales were shown at 60,000 copies when it released earlier this year. Thanks, Kotaku.

  • EA posts $95 million loss for Q1 09

    EA has posted a $95 million for the quarter ending June 30, shy of the expected $111 million, and a trimmed figure compared to the $132 million loss of the same period a year earlier. Net revenue more than doubled to $804 million from $395 million a year ago, though the latest quarter included a […]

  • EA Q1 financials for July 29

    EA’s confirmed that its first quarter financials will be released on July 29. The conference call’s planned for 2.00pm PST. More details here.