EA is, once again, presenting its EA Play show instead of having a booth on the E3 show floor. EA Play will be offering hands-on gameplay for anyone who would like to attend from June 10-12. If you want to find all the important information revealed at the show without going through the whole conference then your ticket is in the links below.
It was a bit different of a showing this year as EA didn’t focus very much on their sports titles. Each sports title got a fairly short cinematic trailer and that was it. No large focus on career modes or anything which I kind of appreciate since for the most part we know what we are getting with these titles. Instead, their focus was on their bigger games and even some really interesting indies like the standout Sea of Solitude.
- Battlefield V
- Fifa ’19
- Cloud Gaming & Origin Access Premium
- Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order Teaser
- Star Wars Battlefront II Content
- Unravel Two
- Sea of Solitude
- NBA Live ’19
- Madden ’19
- Command & Conquer Rivals