Square Enix Publish Financials for 2016-17 Fiscal Year
Maybe this is why Squenix are willing to part with their Hitman developer at significant cost. With the fiscal year just ended on March 31, today Square Enix published their numbers for the year that was, and it was a good one.
On the backs of some big releases you might have heard of, like Rise of the Tomb Raider, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, and I guess Final Fantasy XV, the company did pretty well last year. The company's top-line revenue was up over $360 million from the year before, while the bottom line was up by $45 million from the year before.
Revenue was up year-over-year again for mobile titles, continuing a trend going back to 2013. Arcade performance (in Japan, of course!) was fairly steady, and merchandise sales have now steadily risen to double what they were in 2013.
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|Spooniest||Comment 1: 2017-05-14 22:39|
| I thought all the remakes and mobile games and hype were going to destroy SE, or something I'm being a shameless smartmouth of course because my naysaying has been as irate as anyone's from time to time|
Cheers to them, hope they go get a bottle of wine to celebrate Then keep making games that rule face
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