Robert “Patrick” Söderlund is a Swedish businessman and video game executive. He was Executive Vice President in charge of Worldwide Studios at Electronic Arts (EA), overseeing all game production. He is currently the CEO of Embark Studios in Sweden.
He was later Chief Design Officer of EA. Söderlund was also known for his tenure as CEO of DICE, a Swedish video game development company that created the Battlefield series of games, which was acquired by EA in 2006.
Patrick Söderlund was born on September 27, 1973 (age 48 years) in Stockholm, Sweden. He is a married man and has children, notably is his daughter who was involved in an interview when Battlefield V was released.
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He was a subject of criticism as using a female character in Battlefield V. Söderlund announced he would be leaving EA after twelve years of service on 14 August 2018.
In November 2018, Söderlund was announced as the CEO of Embark Studios. Embark Studios was founded in November 2018, by industry veterans Magnus Nordin, Rob Runesson, Stefan Strandberg, Jenny Huldschiner, Johan Andersson and Patrick Söderlund.
Patrick Söderlund net worth is estimated at around $15 million. His main source of income is from his investments in tech. However, in August 2016, he was reported to own approximately US$11 million of EA shares.