EA is starting off 2015 on a positive note with its first quarter showing an increase over last year's first financial report. The company is reporting an 8 percent increase in revenue to a grand total $1.21 billion for the period of April 1 to June 30.
Of that total, $678 million came from physical discs and the retail market, and $536 million was made through digital sales. Wanting to boost the image of its digital services, though, EA flipped the figures when reporting Non-GAAP with $293 million in physical and $482 million, bringing Non-GAAP revenue to $775 million.
Gotta make those digital sales look good somehow these days.
The company dipped 8.7 percent from the Q4 of 2014, but its only major releases in the time frame were 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil and EA Sports UFC, neither of which competed with the likes of Titanfall. However, EA praised Titanfall's performance in Q1 2015 as well with late adopters picking the title up after the quarterly change.
Overall, EA forecasts a drop in revenue of $965 million from last year, bringing it to $4.3 billion in total. It is placing a lot of hopes on big titles Dragon Age: Inquisition and Battlefield Hardline in an otherwise dry 2015 financial year. Both games have been hit with a delay as well with Dragon Age: Inquisition seeing a release on November 18th, and Battlefield Hardline being pushed into 2015, most likely not beyond the edge of its Q4 boundaries.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra's Space Zoom camera is amazing and a bit creepy
The Galaxy S20 Ultra supports up to 100X zoom, which Samsung calls Space Zoom, but is it any good? Can a phone really product usable photos at 100x zoom? We've got our Galaxy S20 Ultra already so join us to find out!
Win an iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch with the Reader's Choice giveaway!
What's the best phone of 2019? Is it the iPhone 11 Pro, Pixel 4 or OnePlus 7T? What about the best laptop, games console, tablet and more? Vote NOW in the Reader's Choice awards and win BIG in time for the holidays!
Here are the best products from IFA 2019!
Here are the products announced at IFA 2019 that were worthy of our Best of IFA 2019 awards. Also featuring MrMobile's single best product at the show!
Tackle that document pile with a file folder or two
Getting organized can be a tall task, especially when it comes to paperwork. Enlist the help of file folders to fulfill your organizational needs, so important documents are easy to reference.