New Battlefield, Mass Effect and Titanfall sequels by April 2017

A new report from EA suggest three of the publisher’s biggest titles will all have new releases in the fiscal year.

EA’s quarterly shareholder reports have revealed some of the publishers plans for the upcoming year. While details about EA Sports titles and Visceral’s Star Wars RPG remain a mystery, EA still has plenty of shooting and role-play in store for gamers.

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“Looking ahead to FY2017 (April 1st, 2016 to March 31, 2017)… An all new Battlefield game from DICE will arrive in time for the holidays. We are excited to have a new Titanfall experience coming from our friends at Respawn, and of course Mass Effect: Andromeda from the team at BioWare will launch later in the fiscal year.”

In the same call, EA’s CEO Andrew Wilson talked about Titanfall 2 saying “”it’s looking fantastic.” Wilson had nothing but kind words for Titanfall’s developer Respawn saying he has “great faith in them to build a spectacular game.”

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Mass Effect: Andromeda is currently slated for release sometime in 2016 but with senior development director Chris Wynn leaving Bioware last month, it might take a bit longer for Andromeda to hit shelves.

If you’d like to dig through the shareholders report transcript for yourself, have at it! Be warned, it’s quite a bore.

Which EA game are you most excited for in the next year? Do you think Titanfall 2 can improve on the original’s formula? Are you excited for another Battlefield game? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below or on Twitter!

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