Chairman and CEO Larry Probst also promised greater support for Nintendo formats and strong launch software for PS3, while hailing EA’s position as top publisher on Xbox 360.
But despite all this, net loss for the quarter stands at $81m, up from the previous year’s figure of $58m. Trailing twelve month operating cash flow was also down to $589m compared with the previous year’s figure of $669m.
“We look forward to our slate of fall launches and the excitement surrounding next-generation software," said a cautious CFO Warren Jenson. “While the risks of this technology transition remain very real - our franchises are well-positioned for the opportunities ahead.”