It is no secret that Electronic Arts has been falling; let’s look at why it may not be bad for Amazon to buy.
First, Amazon has enormous budgets; they can bring in a lot of money to this game that otherwise cannot be done. And they also did an excellent job with New World; New World was a massive success. In the beginning, at least from an MMO perspective.
Amazon Cloud is mighty. Xbox Live and a bunch of other entities run off Amazon Cloud, which is saying something.
They have proven development potential. They developed games, and they also have a cloud service, so they know how to do stuff. And they can put it together. Jeff Bezos builds rockets so makes sense.
I mean, come on guys, they make rockets, they go to space, and they can put a game together or a series of games; prime memberships could give out free Madden, for instance, if you join, you may get all the Prime sports games, you could get all the RPGs maybe you have a choice of what you want.
This could be something they could do, and they could allow you to get some free games, much like Xbox Game Pass. They have money to make a new engine. And thank God Madden needs a new engine. I’m sorry, guys; I wanted to get that out there; Madden needs a new engine. I think that’s across the board. And everyone agrees there.
Battlefield can be saved and supported. Battlefield 2042, or even a new Battlefield game, so they can make more games and stuff like that and have the financial backing; they have a proven track record pumping out great products.
I mean, it’s Amazon; you have Amazon Fresh, Prime, Amazon Video, and all that stuff is out there. The efficiency needed to make good games is where they have the operational efficiency to create incredible things.
And they also have a cloud gaming service to distribute fast called Luna. So maybe you could have free trials using the cloud gaming service; much like Xbox Game Pass, they can offer a prime discount for games. So you can save money on games, which would be nice because many people do have Prime, and New World was not a bad game.
A lot of people say New World wasn’t the most fantastic game, but New World was not a bad game. And a lot of people go back and still play right now. Anything Amazon touches tends to improve. This is the case.
Like most things that Amazon touches, at least from a business perspective does improve and gets faster such as delivery services, but it took a long time to get there.
Nonetheless, now we’re there. With that, many EA Sports games may improve, including NHL and FIFA, and all that stuff can improve. EA needs innovation. They don’t get innovation.
They could cross-promote gaming books on Kindle; maybe you get a free gaming book and more Twitch integration since Amazon owns twitch. So you’ll have more Twitch stuff in there, which will be fantastic if you’re a fan of Twitch.
I’m not necessarily a fan, but some people could have live streams with developers. So that’s cool. Like you could watch the developers create a game from EA. And that would be a neat movie and game collaboration. So films on Amazon can make collab, and they can make like a cross collab.
Amazon makes movies, which will be a great production experience; maybe the production quality will increase because Amazon has experience creating high-quality productions.
This will make games more cinematic in the long run. And I would agree with that, especially as they get into CGI. And I do think Amazon movies would get even better.
So that’s a cool thing. So they have Dragon Age, these games they can bring into reality, and they can create videos. Jeff Bezos probably loves video games. I mean, come on, guys, that he made. Lord of the Rings. It’s been $500 million signed off on that. I think he’s he’s a big fantasy fan. At the very least, I would like to see a yacht simulator because we all know Jeff Bezos has huge yachts, several huge yachts. Why not create a game around that?
Does Amazon have good servers?
Yes, that’s obvious, so you’re not going to have many meltdowns. They already have a cloud service etc. The X Xbox Live and all that stuff that they support, potential twitch, and EA pass would be kind of cool. So maybe you get access to Twitch.
So you get to both together for their premium services and merchandise integration into games; it might be easier to purchase merchandise physical merchandise, I’m not talking digital inventory, but physical merchandise, fast game delivery, and even earlier for Prime members is an option that they could implement that would be a huge deal. In all honesty, Prime member perks,
This can be good or bad, but it may be something to set them apart, especially if you’re already paying for prime. I mean, why not have some prime member perks? Physical cards versus digital cards? I think the problem with Mod packs is they’re not real things.
So it’d be cool if they shipped you physical cards just as an extra thing if you already had prime or something.
That’d be cool. Maybe they send you a few packs a month with anything you buy for free cloud game trials now.
That would be neat. So I think I went over that briefly. But yeah, you can have those, and that’s going to help decide if you want a game, maybe more gaming drinks, like perhaps they can partner with Gfuel and bring those and ship those quicker to your house or maybe as awards.
Potential expansion of Star Wars games. There are already good Star Wars games with EA. Imagine what they can do with their budget, given the Lord of the Rings show and how much money they put into that.
We could get some good Star Wars stuff for sure. It most likely will be suitable for RPGs in the long run because, in all honesty, guys, they have a ton of money, and they are willing to develop; they have story-making potential because they already have a video company and make videos.
Amazon can benefit from the EA tech tremendously. Maybe they can like even make a metaverse office.
I mean, Amazon is a big company, so why not teach people how to do business with one of their games, much as The Sims did in the 90s with all their different simulations, like the zoo simulator and all that stuff?
Amazon has operations for many businesses. So it’s going to be very easy for Amazon to put this together and put everything together because they have in-house programming.
They have good operation efficiency as a company. And I think that’s just going to be big; graphic developers are already there; it’s going to be huge, especially if they have a gaming company coming in with considerable experience and creating graphics and stuff like that. So that’s a vast knowledge jump for Amazon.
And they could use it just from that perspective. Maybe you can earn amazon gift cards by unlocking achievements. I think this is similar to what Xbox and Microsoft are doing. They have gift cards if you do certain things.
So I think they need to do that. Alexa integration of the games, I’m not sure how this will work. Nonetheless, maybe you can say hi, Alexa, turn on my game, or Alexa can do something to talk to you during the game to make it a little bit more. I don’t know, maybe some tips, Amazon stats, and fun.
They already have good sports stats, so why not bring that to every game? And then, you can share those stats with friends.
As you can see, Amazon has a ton of potential if they buy EA.
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