In recent news, we have seen a new product listing on Amazon. Now it’s not strange to see the product listings on Amazon and we shouldn’t be more surprised by it. However, the strange thing is that this product appears to be a new unannounced EA title for PlayStation 5. it’s codenamed “Project C”, and is now listed on Amazon.
The listing on Amazon UK for Project C found its way on social media. As we know, EA has put all its announced titles up for pre-order, so this may be a title that is a yet-to-be-announced game. Since the news has already burrowed its way to social media many fans have speculated about what this project might be. So the best guess this time is that this project is the revived version of the Dead Space franchise.
However, there are no additional details provided about this mystery listing that has suddenly popped up on Amazon. And we and I are sure everyone is hoping it to be the revised Dead Space franchise.
During its most recent earnings call with investors, EA’s CEO Andrew Wilson had stated that the company is aiming to grow a deep pipeline of new IP and franchises. He stated:
“We’re thrilled to have the teams from Codemasters, Glu and Metalhead join our Electronic Arts family, and together we expect to develop many games and experiences that will delight our growing player base and be catalysts for growth in the years to come. We have a deep pipeline of new content, including new franchises and new IP, a deeper focus on mobile games, and experiences that will lean into user-generated content. We’re also continuing to invest in opportunities where we have differentiated ability to reach and engage more players including our growing subscription service, and our esports content and competitions that will expand in scope this year.”
upon further shedding more light on what the company’s plans are beyond 2021 the company’s CEO stated, “The three growth drivers that I’ve focused on today, expanding our EA SPORTS portfolio, growing our blockbuster shooter franchises, and the transformation of our mobile business, provide clear growth and significant upside for Electronic Arts in FY2022 and beyond.”