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EA Says Marvel Deal Driven By Success With Star Wars


During the call, EA was asked if it could provide more details about its recently announced deal with Marvel, which sees EA working on three Marvel games starting with EA Motive’s Iron Man game. He didn’t go into specifics about the deal, but said it aims to be a “cooperative” and creative partnership rather than a “transaction.”

Additionally, the decision to sign a new deal with Disney was a result of a previous Star Wars deal in which EA stated that “more than 40% of Star Wars players have played other EA games.”

In 2013, EA signed a 10-year deal, allowing it to exclusively produce Star Wars games for Lucasfilm. The deal resulted in moderate hits like Star Wars Battlefront 1 and 2, Star Wars: Squadrons, and the critical hit Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The latter is set to receive a sequel titled Star Wars Jedi: Survivor in 2023.

According to EA, this Star Wars deal should be considered an overall success given that players have taken an interest in playing EA’s other games, and the publisher is looking to repeat with Marvel. seems to want

EA’s deal with Marvel doesn’t last as long as its Star Wars deal. EA has agreed to create at least three of his action-adventure games based on Marvel Comics. The first game has already been announced and is EA Motive’s Iron Man game. An original story set in the Marvel Universe.

It remains to be seen if this new game will bring similar returns to EA. rice field.

Matt TM Kim is IGN’s News can contact him @lawoftd.

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