“We’re in the middle of an incredible development cycle for next-gen consoles, and it’s all about finding the best games to build for them,” said Matt Fowler, senior director of EA Sports and publisher of the Polygon Game Awards.
“The big challenge is to find great games that work for next generation consoles.”
This is not to say that next-generation consoles will never have great games.
The PS4 and Xbox One have plenty of potential, for example.
But there are a lot of big names on the horizon and a lot to do.
EA is building up its catalog of franchises, which are currently in development and have yet to be released on the platform.
EA’s first next-Gen game, Battlefield: Hardline, was a critical and commercial hit, with more than 40 million copies sold.
EA has already revealed a new game in the series, Star Wars: Battlefront II, and announced plans for a next-Generation game called Star Wars Battlefront.
The studio also announced a new Star Wars game called Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
And a sequel to The Last Jedi, Star Trek Beyond, is slated for a release in 2019.
There are plenty of great games on the market, but the best of 2016 has been made possible by EA and the publishers of other upcoming games.
It is a true testament to the strength of the next-generation platform.
We’re also looking forward to the next generation, and this year, we’ve focused on building on the strengths of next- generation games, including the next great entry in the Star Wars universe.
For the first time in years, we’re building a new franchise for the next wave of consoles, one that builds on the core Star Wars story and will allow players to experience a new generation of Star Wars characters in a whole new way.
This year, Polygon will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the publication of Polygon.
We’re looking forward, this year as well, to our 50th Anniversary celebration.