EA's chief operating officer Peter Moore has teased new Battlefield and Titanfall games for the coming fiscal year, describing the publisher's release schedule as "an embarrassment of riches" at the Credit Suisse Technology, Media, and Telecom Conference.
"It's a little bit of an embarrassment of riches particularly in [fiscal year 2017], which commences for us on April 1, 2016," Moore said. "We've got some of our core franchises; a new Battlefield coming up, a new Mass Effect title coming up; we actually kick off the year with Mirror's Edge Catalyst, which we pushed out of FY 16 and into FY 17.
"And we also have Mass Effect Andromeda from our BioWare studio. And Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 is shipping in Q4 of this [fiscal] year."
He also reiterated plans to release a new Titanfall in the next fiscal year. Neither that game nor the new Battlefield have been formally announced, but EA has talked about them before. Blake Jorgensen, EA's CFO, said earlier this year that they plan to release a new first-person shooter each year, with the next Battlefield targeting 2016 and the next Titanfall after that.