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EA to Release Major IP and Remake in Early 2023

EA to Release Major IP and Remake in Early 2023 - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 10 May 2022 / 1,184 Views

Electronic Arts in its latest earnings results for the fourth quarter of the 2022 fiscal year has revealed its upcoming lineup of games for the 2023 fiscal year, which runs from April 2022 to March 2023. 

Four of the titles in the lineup that are set to release in early 2023 have yet to be announced. This includes a "Major IP," "Partner Title," "Remake," and a "Sports Title."

The remake is unlikely to be Dead Space as that remake was previously announced and is confirmed for an early 2023 release.

Other EA games set to release in the 2023 fiscal year includes F1 22, Need for Speed, NHL, FIFA, and Madden NFL.


A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.


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7 Comments
shikamaru317 (on 10 May 2022)

My thoughts:

-Major IP (Got to be Jedi Fallen Order 2, Respawn is EA's only non sports AAA studio who has had enough development time to release this fiscal year, leakers already confirmed Dragon Age 4 won't be ready until late 2023 at the earliest with Mass Effect 4 coming even later, NFS is already announced so it can't be this unannounced major IP game, DICE is still busy fixing the last Battlefield so their next Battlefield won't release anytime soon)

-Remake (No clue what this is since it's an unannounced remake and Dead Space remake is already announced. Would love it if Dragon Age 1, 2, and Inquisition got a Mass Effect Legendary Edition style treatment, with 1 and 2 getting remade graphics and Inquisition getting a 4K/60 fps update on Series X and PS5)

-Sports game (Got to be either their NBA Live series returning after several years of absence from the market, or the next PGA Tour, too soon for the return of EA Sports NCAA Football, EA already confirmed it won't release until late 2023 at the earliest)

-Partner title (most likely something from their indie publishing divisions)

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Jumpinbeans (on 11 May 2022)

I'd love to see a Syndicate game come out.

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KLAMarine (on 10 May 2022)

Holy shit, if it's Freedom Fighters!.. Probably not and I'd fear current trends would screw it over so... sits back down

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scrapking (on 10 May 2022)

EA has a rich history that could be tapped. Anything from a "Strike" game (Desert Strike, Jungle Strike, etc.), to Road Rash, to Sim City are possibilities off the top of my head. Lots of EA's back catalogue could have relevance today.

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scrapking scrapking (on 10 May 2022)

Wing Commander and Ultima are other franchises with potential, or even StarFlight. I don't think we've had a new Need For Speed game (aside from remakes) for quite a while, either. Oh, and it's been ages since we had an SSX installment. And with the stalling of the Battlefield franchise, perhaps it's time for a new Medal of Honor?

We could dream for a new Burnout too.

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The Fury (on 10 May 2022)

Dragon Age 4, Dead Space and normal sports titles?

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DonFerrari (on 10 May 2022)

For the last several years only EA Originals have made me buy from them.

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