EA Originals Gives Big Support To Small Games

Today, during its E3 2016 press conference, EA announced EA Originals, a new program committed to partnering with small developers creating unique experiences and helping them bring their work to life.

One of the stars of last year's EA press conference was Unravel, a small game with a unique visual style that EA was helping developer Coldwood Interactive bring to consoles. The EA Originals program builds on the success of that project, giving small developers the support needed to bring their quirky little games to a larger market. Studios will get help advertising, developing and marketing their games, with all of the profit from the finished product going back into the developers' hands.

The first game in the EA Originals program is Fe, and atmospheric adventure from Swedish developer Zoink.


Comments

    Ah good to see, reminds me of the good old days when this type of thing used to be what publishers were all about, instead of seeing how much they can regurgitate the same safe AAA tropes, while spending all their time coming up with more and more depraved ways to get money off people.

    I would prefer EA to stay away from tainting the small devs and stick to their AAA rubbish.

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