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During an interview over at “fireside chat,” EA CEO Andrew Wilson talked about how the company plans to “double down” on Star Wars because of the massive success of ‘Star Wars: Battlefront 1 and 2,‘ ‘Galaxy of Heroes,’ and ‘Jedi Fallen Order.’
“Up is my hope–up and to the right,” EA CEO Andrew Wilson said about where he hopes the company will take Star Wars in the future. “We have a tremendous relationship with Disney. We have a tremendous relationship with Lucas. We have a longstanding relationship with them going all the way back to Star Wars The Old Republic that we launched in 2011.”
Andrew Wilson also talked about how ‘Star Wars: Battlefront 1 and 2′ are two of the top performers from EA’s Partnership with Disney, talking about the success of ‘Galaxy Heroes’ and ‘Jedi Fallen Order.’
Wilson called out Star Wars: Battlefront 1 and 2 as top-performers from EA’s partnership with Disney on Star Wars. Those games have combined to sell around 35 million copies, he said. Wilson added that the mobile game Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes has enjoyed “extraordinary” success, and it continues to perform well. Additionally, Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order sold 10 million copies to stand out as another big success.
‘Star Wars: Squadron’ is their next project and EA just recently had a cinematic trailer and gameplay. Wilson also talks a little about ‘Star Wars: Squadron’ saying.
Even if Squadrons doesn’t sell as well as EA’s other Star Wars games, Wilson said he’s happy about the breadth of games that EA has created from its partnership with Disney and Lucas.
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