Want some extra coins or free Most Feared content? If so, you definitely want to complete the Week 9 coin up solo challenges.
The first solo challenge pits you against an 84 overall Colts squad that is easy to defeat. Upon completion, you will receive 500 coins and a coin up collectible that could net you 2500 coins if you pick the correct team (Giants or Colts). The Colts are sure to be heavy favorites but the Giants could spoil the party come Monday night.
The real coin making comes with the second solo challenge against a 85 overall Giants team. It is worth noting that you need a Zone Defense style of 60 or more to access the challenge. When you defeat that solo challenge, you will again receive 500 coins along with a random coin up collectible that could grant you a large amount of coins. See below for all 4 scenarios:
- Colts force 2 or more turnovers (7,500 coins)
- Giants allow 1 sacks or less (20,000 coins)
- Bradshaw rushes over 100 yards (30,000 coins)
- Giants hold Luck under 300 yards passing (50,000 coins)
In addition to the coin ups, you will receive a Trick or Treat pack with each solo challenge that gives you a chance (although extremely small) at an Elite Most Feared player!
Have you ever stop and wondered where did your money go from that last bundle you just bought on Madden Ultimate Team- Below you will see a break down of EA Financial Results. If you play any of the Ultimate Team modes I feel your pain-
“Electronic Arts continues to put our players first, delivering new experiences, innovation and new ways to play,” said Chief Executive Officer Andrew Wilson. “It was an excellent second quarter, with strong new titles, deep player engagement in our live services and ongoing digital growth driving continued momentum.”
“By emphasizing player engagement and our digital live services, we’ve grown revenue, expanded gross margins and delivered EPS well above prior year and our guidance,” said Chief Financial Officer Blake Jorgensen. “We are raising our annual non-GAAP net revenue guidance by $75 million to $4.175 billion and annual non-GAAP diluted EPS by $0.20 to $2.05.”
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Selected Operating Highlights and Metrics:
Calendar year to date, EA continues to be the #1 publisher on PlayStation®4 and Xbox One consoles in the Western World, led by FIFA 15, NHL 15, Madden NFL 15, EA SPORTSTM UFC®, TitanfallTM, Battlefield 4TM, andFIFA 14.
In fiscal Q2, EA’s players logged more than 1.9 billion hours of gameplay on console and PC.
Monthly active users for EA’s mobile titles averaged over 155 million in Q2.
EA’s mobile sports games averaged more than 40 million monthly active users Q2, up 250% year-over-year, driven by Madden NFL Mobile and FIFA 15 Ultimate Team™ Mobile.
To date, players have logged more than 89 million games of Madden NFL 15, up 48% year-over-year.
Battlefield Hardline™ will launch on March 17, 2015 in North America, and beginning on March 19, 2015 in Europe.
Selected Financial Highlights:
*On a non-GAAP basis
For the quarter, net revenue* of $1.220 billion was above our guidance of $1.140 billion. Diluted earnings per share* of $0.73 was above our guidance of $0.50.
Net revenue* for EA’s FIFA, Madden NFL and Hockey Ultimate Team services continued to grow, collectively up 96% year-over-year.
Operating cash flow for the quarter improved $189 million versus the same period last year.
EA repurchased 2.6 million shares in Q2 for $95 million, pursuant to the $750 million share repurchase program initiated in May 2014.
On a trailing twelve month basis, EA had record net revenue* of $4.481 billion (of which a record $2.0 billion was digital*), record net income* of $843 million and record operating cash flow of $1.153 billion.
EA raised fiscal 2015 net revenue* guidance from $4.100 billion to $4.175 billion and diluted EPS* guidance from $1.85 to $2.05 per share.