EA Expects Jedi Fallen Order to Sell Six to Eight Million Units

With Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order — Respawn Entertainment’s own take on the Star Wars license — looking to step back into the much-demanded, single-player/story-led space many fans were asking for, EA appear to be fairly confident that the game will fair well when it inevitably releases on November 15. The company predict that over the course of the next financial year, the game could shift around six to eight million copies across all platforms it will be available for during that time — PS4, Xbox One & PC.

Elsewhere, while it’s inevitable we’ll see the next wave of annual sports title from EA (four to be exact across all licenses), the publisher does expect a small decline for the FIFA series following a strong showing last year, due in parts to the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Having already confirmed that a new Need for Speed game is also in the works, EA predict it will sell around four million units — in line with “past performance of the franchose” while the similarly-confirmed new entrant in the Plants vs Zombies IP could sell in “the low-single digit millions”. Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order has already been confirmed to be showing off its first bit of gameplay footage at this coming E3.