EA (NASDAQ: EA) has announced its FY16 financials, for the 12 months ending 31 March 2016.
Total GAAP revenues were $4.4 billion, down 3% compared to FY15.
But thanks to console game Star Wars Battlefront, net income was $1.2 billion, up 32% year-on-year.
Generating $396 million during Q4 in terms of cash flow, EA ended its financial year with cash and equivalents worth $2.5 billion.
Looking at EA Mobile, Q4 sales were a record $151 million.
That's up 11% year-on-year or up 18% compared to the previous quarter.
The main reason for the performance is Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes, which is now EA Mobile's top grossing game globally.
Q4 is EA Mobile's first full quarter of recording the game's sales as it was released in mid-November 2015.
In terms of annual sales, EA Mobile generated $548 million, up 9% compared to FY15.
(The difference between GAAP and non-GAAP relates to when players spend in-game and when that in-game currency is actually consumed.)
As well as Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes, other strong titles were Madden NFL Mobile - a top 10 iPhone grossing game in the US - and The Sims FreePlay, which has surpassed 200 million downloads and is a top 50 grossing game in the US.
Indeed, EA also surprisingly claimed it was "#1 most downloaded mobile game publisher in calendar year 2015", although this presumably ignores the massive thirdparty Android app stores in China.
[source: EA IR]