• Electronic Arts tumbles after delaying the release of its next Battlefield video game

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Electronic Arts announced it is delaying the release of its Battlefield V video game.
    The video-game maker also cut its net bookings guidance.
    Shares of the company are down 10%.
    Electronic Arts dropped 10% Thursday trading after the video-game maker announced it is delaying the release of its next Battlefield video game by four weeks - to November 20 - and cut its guidance. Battlefield, one of the company's biggest franchise, is a first-person shooter game and known for its realistic depiction of combat.
    "We believe we've got one of the best Battlefield games ever coming in Battlefield...
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  • Battlefield V delay causes Electronic Arts' stock to dive

    Battlefield V delay causes Electronic Arts' stock to dive

    2 monthes ago - By Venture Beat

    Electronic Arts has pushed Battlefield V out of October in favor of a November 20 release date. The publisher cited the need for “final adjustments,” but investors don't seem interested in the excuse. EA's stock price has dropped 9 percent from $128.52 at the end of Wednesday down to $116.68, according to Google Finance. Bat...
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  • Electronic Arts Delays ‘Battlefield V' Release Date, Sinking Stock

    Electronic Arts Delays ‘Battlefield V' Release Date, Sinking Stock

    2 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Electronic Arts Inc. delayed the release of its next Battlefield video game, highlighting the challenges for established game makers to keep up with Fortnite, the shooting-game sensation that has taken the industry by storm.
    The launch date of Battlefield V was delayed by four weeks to Nov. 20, and EA also cut its forecast for the fiscal year ending in March. The news sent the shares down as much as 8.7 percent on Thursday, the most since January 2016. Battlefield is a first-person shooter game, known for its realistic depiction of combat, and is one of EA's biggest franchises.
    "We're...
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