So the headlines for this EA Play event ahead of E3 2019 are all the expected big names. FIFA and other sports titles are some of EA’s biggest money-makers so of course they get a pretty high spot on the billing. And with the announcement of FIFA 20, gamers and sports fans can look forward
So you could be forgiven if you had forgotten about the Need for Speed franchise. The game had been suspected as in production for a while following the muted reception of the last two games. One in 2015 and another in 2017, both of which were met with lukewarm fanfare at best. However, since the
The whole shebang kicks off at 9:30am PDT at the Hollywood Palladium with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order leading the charge. This is probably one of the more intensely popular and anticipated games that EA could reveal. And following that, there will be a rotating roster of new reveals dropping throughout the 3 hours of
Electronic Arts will be coming back to Los Angeles this June with a new version of their EA Play events that have featured heavily in previous iterations of the summer season of gaming comprised of E3 and various independent press conferences. Previous years for EA have followed a more traditional live press conference structure, but
Bioware definitely had the strongest title at EA Play this year, which isn’t hard considering one of the only other games from an interesting franchise is a F2P mobile game that bastardizes Command & Conquer. hopefully the hope for good games from E3 2018 turns out better tomorrow with Bethesda, Microsoft and Devolver Digital taking
Well, that’s the first major event for E3 2018 over and done with. And EA may have some good games on their hands, but relatively little in terms of gameplay was actually shown. There are some teasers from things like a new Star Wars game from Respawn, and some new services for EA games though.