EA Reveals Plans To Launch Four Unannounced Games In Early 2023

EA has revealed its slate of games coming in the next fiscal year as the publisher has four unannounced titles coming in Q4. These games have been listed in the "Q4" section of its presentation, all of which are disguised by various codenames. Included in the lineup is a "Major IP" and a "Remake" as well as a "Partner Title" and a "Sports Game." EA clarifies that all of these titles have not been "publicly disclosed," hence the codenames.

Thanks to various leaks, we know that one of these titles is Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2, which has to be the worst-kept secret in the gaming industry at the moment. Industry insider Jeff Grubb recently claimed that the title had slipped into 2023 and would launch exclusively for PC and new-gen consoles. Today's news that EA plans to launch a "Partner Title" certainly backs up Grubbs claims.

One of the more curious parts of the slide is that EA apparently has plans to release a "Remake" in 2023, although doesn't name exactly what it will be. Motive Studios recently announced that the upcoming Dead Space Remake will release in Early 2023 which is what EA is more than likely referring to, but it's strange the publisher doesn't acknowledge it since it has already been "publicly disclosed."

As for the "Major IP" and the "Sports Game," that's where guessing gets a little trickier. Industry insider Tom Henderson reckons that the sports title will be a new College Football game published by EA, although this is unconfirmed. The "Major IP" could be anything though, but there's a possibility it could be the long-awaited Skate reboot, alpha footage of which was recently leaked.

It's also worth noting that EA also mentions Need For Speed and has seemingly confirmed that a new game will be launching at the end of the year. It was recently claimed by Henderson that EA has a new entry lined up to launch in either September or October this year, and it seems like the publisher has now confirmed a Q3 release.

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