Electronics Arts had a bit to say about Star Wars: The Old Republic in its November 4th quarterly report -- and none of it good.
The publisher named the sci-fi MMO as one of the properties that had decreased in revenue over the period. While EA's net revenue is up $295 million across the board, "this increase was partially offset by a $181 million decrease in revenue primarily from the SimCity, Crysis and Dead Space franchises, and Star Wars: The Old Republic."
It remains to be seen whether next month's Shadow of Revan expansion will give the MMO a healthy bump in revenue when it is released.
EA's quarterly net revenue is up, apparently in spite of SWTOR
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