Electronic Arts announced it is delaying the release of its Battlefield V video game.
The video-game maker also cut its net bookings guidance.
Shares of the company are down 10%.
Electronic Arts dropped 10% Thursday trading after the video-game maker announced it is delaying the release of its next Battlefield video game by four weeks — to November 20 — and cut its guidance. Battlefield, one of the company’s biggest franchise, is a first-person shooter game and known for its realistic depiction of combat.
“We believe we’ve got one of the best Battlefield games ever coming in Battlefield V,” said Laura Miele, Chief Studios Officer of Electronic Arts. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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