In a recent Earnings Report, EA revealed the company’s future roadmap and shared the schedule of upcoming releases during the presentation of the financial report for the fourth quarter of 2023. It’s been over a month since Electronic Arts announced that more information about the EA Sports FC 24 would be available soon, and now, courtesy of Tom Henderson, we know that the date is almost here.
The credible insider Tom Henderson has revealed that the presentation of EA Sports FC 24 is scheduled for July. Although the month was already revealed, Henderson has further narrowed down the release window suggesting that the reveal will happen in mid-July, precisely on July 12 or July 13.
He added that the reveal would include crucial details about the upcoming title, including all of the information that the players would want to know while transitioning from FIFA, and further stated that the reveal would also include the box art reveal. Henderson also speculated that the pre-orders would go live right after the reveal.
It is worth noting that nothing has been confirmed by EA as of yet, and all of these are mere speculations by Henderson; however, given his track record, it is safe to say that he will end up being correct.
Furthermore, the Earnings Report revealed that the FIFA 23 football franchise has already surpassed its predecessor, FIFA 22, in sales. It was revealed that FIFA 23 now sits on the title of the most successful game by EA, advancing beyond the entire life cycle sales of FIFA 22 in just the time span of six months. The chief financial officer at EA, Chris Suh, was pleased with the overall performance of the game. He said
The EA Sports FC series is the successor to the FIFA franchise. The series will kick off with the launch of EA Sports FC 24. EA has revealed that the debut title will be released in the second quarter of fiscal year 2024. This is consistent with previous FIFA launches, and the date will be between August 1 – October 31, 2023. The CEO of Electronic Arts, Andrew Wilson, in the earnings call said.