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'Crucible' proves that Amazon is finally serious about video games

  • Engadget
  • 2 weeks ago
  • Crucible, the third-person online shooter, is the first of two blockbuster titles scheduled to come out this year. (The other is New World, a subscription-free MMORPG set in a fantasy world called Aeternum.)
  • Its goal couldn’t be tougher: to wrestle attention away from the countless free-to-play battle royale and MOBA titles that currently dominate Twitch’s homepage.
  • Relentless Studios — a Seattle-based developer with former ArenaNet, EA and Microsoft talent — seems up for the challenge, though. And with a surprisingly solid gameplay foundation, Crucible has a decent shot of attracting the player base and viewership it needs.
'Crucible' proves that Amazon is finally serious about video games

Activision Blizzard CEO says people may turn to free mobile games during economic uncertainty

  • CNN
  • 4 weeks ago
  • While much of the economy is hurting during the pandemic, video games are thriving.
  • Activision Blizzard beat out its first-quarter outlook, mostly driven by the Call of Duty franchise, from the popular new game mode Warzone, to the mobile game release.
  • Sales were $1.52 billion in the first quarter, up 21% compared to last year's $1.26 billion.
  • Earnings per share beat out analyst expectations. Activision Blizzard (ATVI) posted $0.65 per share, or $0.58 adjusted earnings per share, compared to Goldman Sachs analysts' prediction of $0.37.
Activision Blizzard CEO says people may turn to free mobile games during economic uncertainty

Electronic Arts beats investor expectations with $1.39 billion in Q4 revenue

  • VentureBeat
  • 4 weeks ago
  • Electronic Arts delivered financial results today: generated $1.39 billion in revenues for Q4, which beat the $1.19 billion that analysts were predicting. For EA’s fiscal 2020, it delivered revenues of $5.54 billion, which is up 12% year-over-year from $4.95 billion in fiscal 2019.
  • The company credits its digital sales and strong franchises for its growth. That includes $4.05 billion in digital net bookings for fiscal 2020. That’s up 9% year-over-year, and EA says it accounts for 78% of its total net bookings.
  • As for its near-term guidance, EA is expecting to cruise along on those live-service games. For the Q1 period of its fiscal 2021, EA is telling investors it plans to generate $1.22 billion in net revenue.
  • But the company is only planning for about $270 million of net income. That weak outlook is driving the company’s stock price down in after-hours trading to approximately $114.15. It previously closed at $119.61.
Electronic Arts beats investor expectations with $1.39 billion in Q4 revenue
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