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  • “Cloud gaming reveals new the possiblility to expand the reach of games by streaming high-quality entertainment to more players, on more devices, in many geographic aspects of the world,” EA said within a press release. “With this acquisition, EA is exacerbating its strategic consentrate on advanced technologies which will give players more freedom to gain access to the games they really want, and let the delivery of next-generation experiences at scale.”

    Back in 2017, EA CEO Andrew Wilson said there may come an occasion when yearly releases for series like Madden and FIFA won't be necessary. They could be replaced by subscription services, along with the use of streaming technology could theoretically enable people to play their friends online and never having to purchase a console.

    This isn’t absolute, however, the ones looking to buy games through traditional route don’t have something to worry about. In a financial earnings call latest research by, Wilson stressed how the publisher continue to sell games as stand-alone products as long as consumers keep purchase them because of this. Its upcoming game releases add the first-person shooter Battlefield V and Anthem. Rather than to push out a full FIFA World Cup since it has in the past, EA can give the content as being a free update for FIFA 18 on May 29 to
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