Electronic Arts è "più interessata che mai" all'acquisizione di un grande studio

Dopo che Electronic Arts ha recentemente pubblicato i risultati del primo trimestre, la società ha ricevuto una telefonata con dirigenti come Andrew Wilson e Blake Jorgensen. Durante la chiamata, quest'ultimo nome ha notato che EA è "più interessata che mai" ad acquisire "grandi risorse" o studi in futuro.

If you don’t know, in the past month, Mortal Kombat e Batman Arkham publisher Warner Bros. Interactive has been put up for sale since its parent company AT&T is looking to pay off some of its debt by raising over $4 billion.

EA tra Take-Two, Microsoft e Activision Blizzard sono tutti interessati e vogliono aderire a questo accordo.

With that said, on July 30th, 2020, an investor asked Jorgensen about EA’s acquisition strategy and the “one big asset.” However, he declined to comment specifically on Warner Bros. Interactive and instead noted that EA is “more interested than ever in acquiring talent.”

Naturalmente, molti hanno preso questo mentre EA ha alzato l'asticella per acquisire il sito Web Warner Bros. Interactive e persino avviato nintendosmash.com to examine the situation and what could be. Here’s an excerpt from the website analyzing what EA could get out of the abovementioned deal:

“NetherRealm Studios, Rocksteady, TT Games, Monolith Productions (Shadows of Mordor), Avalanche Software, and Warner Bros. Montreal are among the studios that could be linked to EA after the possible purchase. Furthermore, licenses like LEGO would also be in their possession. These studios feature Mortal Kombat, Batman Arkham, and many more licenses that would join EA’s roster.”

Whether or not EA goes through with acquiring Warner Bros. Interactive, know that EA has its eyes on a big company or studio as we speak. It’s unclear how many “big assets” it will devour moving forward, but it looks like the company has big dreams for 2020 and 2021.

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