EA lined up its major releases during its annual financial call on Tuesday, pointing out that it has the Mirror’s Edge reboot, a new Need For Speed game, and a follow-up to Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare all heading for consoles and PCs between now and next April.
However, one confirmed game was not on the list, leading to questions about the release of Titanfall 2. EA’ CFO Blake Jorgensen’s reply to Polygon‘s inquiries were “You should assume that’s not in fiscal ’16; it’s more likely in fiscal ’17.”
EA likes to throw a cloud of confusion over the Earth in regards to its financial scheduling, mind you. EA’s 2017 fiscal year starts on April 1, 2016 and runs until March 31, 2017, meaning that a majority of EA’s fiscal 2017 actually lands in the year 2016. If I had to guess though, we won’t be seeing Titanfall 2 until the first three months of the actual 2017.
Whew, I need to take a breath.
Developer Respawn Entertainment has confirmed that the game will be released for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Again, you can assume that it will be released in EA’s fiscal 2017.