In addition to the $80 million EA is tossing at the new generation , they also handed out some really excellent current-gen news.
The publisher plans to drop new installments in both the Dead Space and Need for Speed installments before this fiscal year ends, which means those titles will be on store shelves before March 31, 2013.
The new NFS entry is slated for the third quarter of the publisher's fiscal year, which means it should drop around October. Dead Space was dubbed as a "blockbuster" game for the new year. There was little doubt that a third Dead Space was coming and of course, Need for Speed can never die.
But we'll definitely want to learn more about both titles. We're wondering what angle they plan to take in the new NFS; more realistic or more arcade-like? As for Dead Space , that redefined the very nature of survival/horror this generation; call it a third-person shooter if you want, but let's face it- These bad boys are basically what Resident Evil could've/should've been.