EA Plans to Release Two Unannounced Titles Before March 31, 2025

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Electronic Arts has revealed that it is planning on releasing two currently-unannounced titles before the end of the current fiscal year. For context, the fiscal year is set to end on March 31, 2025. As caught by VideoGamesChronicle, the company made the announcement through an update to its product release slate.

Of the two games, one is marked as being a partner title, and is set for release in Q4 2024—towards the end of the financial year. The other game doesn’t have a release narrower release window, but EA has stated that it is a new game in a pre-existing IP.

According to GiantBomb’s Jeff Grubb, the second game belonging to a pre-existing IP will be Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, which has been rumoured to be slated for a 2024 release. More details on Dragon Age: Dreadwolf are set to be revealed in the summer.

Other games listed in the company’s product release slate include Tales of Kenzera: Zau, which was released back in April, as well as a host of sports titles, including the upcoming F1 24, EA Sports College Football 25, EA Sports Madden NFL 25, EA Sports FC 25, and EA Sports NHL 25.

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