Revenue for the firm increased from $815 million (£496m) to $999m (£608m) compared to the previous quarter, while profits rose from $96m (£59m) to $221m (£134m), according to VG247.
Portal 2, Dead Space 2 and Dragon Age 2 have sold two million copies each, while Crysis 2 saw sales of three million.
Elsewhere, digital revenues increased from $176m (£107m) to $232m (£141m), with CEO John Riccitillo recognising the shift to downloadable and mobile games.
"Most of us recognise that the industry has radically changed and the pace of change has altered dramatically," he told investors.
"Eighteen months ago there was no iPad. Google was just experimenting with Android. Most games were a single revenue opportunity."
He added that EA's acquisition of PopCap Games for $750m is to be completed in August.
Record pre-orders for Star Wars: The Old Republic and Battlefield 3 were also revealed at the financial meeting.
Watch a co-op trailer for Portal 2 below: