EA Games executive vice president Patrick Soderlund has revealed that the publisher is currently working on six to eight new IPs as part of the company's efforts to "push creative boundaries."
In an interview with MCV, Soderlund was asked about EA's new IPs, stating, "We are working on a new Mirror's Edge game, and although that's not a new IP, it is a revival done in a new way. We are developing Star Wars: Battlefront, which to us is a new IP, even though it isn't technically."
He added, "We have six to eight completely new IPs in the works. The day we stop making new IP is when we go onto life support. We need to incubate new ideas and push creative boundaries."
One of the biggest original IPs in Electronic Arts' stable includes Titanfall. The company will also be releasing sequels to Need for Speed, Battlefield, Sims, Mass Effect, and FIFA.