EA may release remasters if demand is high enough

During EA’s earning call for Q3 2016, CEO Andrew Wilson discussed the possibility of EA developing and releasing remasters of older games on current-gen systems.

In terms of remasters, it’s something that we look at. In all cases we’re trying to figure out what’s right for the player. If this a world where there are games that we have in our catalogue that players really want to play in a remaster and we believe that we can add the kind of enhancements that make that worthwhile for the player, then we will do that.

EA has a pretty deep vault of IP that it could potentially remaster. Mass EffectDead Space, Dragon Age and Crysis are just a few.

Which games would you like to see remastered?


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