March 9th, 2011
In 2008, Electronic Arts was surpassed by Activistion as the world's largest independent game publisher. What's the former gonna do to regain the top spot? Among other things, invest more in PC, says EA Games president Frank Gibea.
"From our perspective, it's an extremely healthy platform," Gibea told Gamasutra this week. "The user base is gigantic. It's totally conceivable it will become our biggest platform."
After unsuccessfully dabbling in console exclusives recently, Gibea's remarks come as a breath of fresh air to PC gaming enthusiasts. Interestingly, Electronic Arts made a name for itself as a PC-only publisher, before entering the console space in the '90s.
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