Yesterday, Electronic Arts posted its financial results for Q4 and fiscal year 2017, with record-breaking sales figures for the past 12 months including a whopping $3.034 billion in digital sales alone.
During its quarterly conference call to investors and analysts, Chief Executive Officer Andrew Wilson was asked about Nintendo Switch post-launch, stating that the company were feeling “really good” about it and are looking at other titles it might bring to the system in the future.
“So we feel really good about it,” said Wilson when asked how Electronic Arts felt now that Nintendo Switch had been released.
“Again, we came out early and said that we’ll be supporting the Nintendo Switch with our biggest title in FIFA. We have a tremendous relationship with Nintendo and have done for many, many years and are excited by the fact that they have come out very strong and are bringing in a whole new player base into the ecosystem.”
Electronic Arts will “continue to be bullish” on Nintendo Switch according to Wilson, with EA’s CEO confirming that it is currently “looking at other titles that we might bring to the Switch.”
FIFA 18 will release on Nintendo Switch in 2017 alongside PS4, Xbox One and PC.