The next-generation of consoles are rapidly approaching, and with that comes the talk about them and the games coming from publishers like EA.
According to a report from GameSpot on Thursday, EA CEO John Riccitiello talked about the company's plan for next-generation systems and said they will be able to divulge details this May.
"We're also investing Gen4 console technologies and content. We've signaled that we're working on the next editions of our two biggest franchises in 'Battlefield' and 'FIFA.'"
"We look forward to discussing these programs and many others with you when we provide our fiscal 14 guidance in May," Riccitiello said.
EA has not been shy about their willingness to participate in the next-generation of gaming.
Back in November of last year, EA CEO John Riccitiello talked about how his company has made efforts to try and maintain a strong business during a downtime in this console cycle, as well as how they are approaching next-generation systems.
"We have diversified our platform partners and business model so that EA is less vulnerable to weakness in a single channel, platform or business model.
"We are building bridges to the next generation of games and technology. This strategy is delivering for us, and here's a proof point: inclusive of our successes on Battlefield 3 Premium, EA is currently tied for first in digital revenue among western gaming companies," Riccitiello said.
Are you excited for what EA has in store for the next-generation of gaming?