EA Play was first debuted in 2016 which marked the first time where the company would abandon E3 and do their own thing. However, the event would be around the same time before E3 started. This June will mark the fourth year EA will be doing this event, but there will be no press conference and instead there will be multiple live streams that will air during the first two days of the event.
The event is from June 7-9 with Friday being the first day of reveals via their live streams and will continue on Saturday. EA Play will have reveals of what the fans want, more gameplay and insights from the teams making the games. EA Play Fanfest will take place Saturday and Sunday letting everyone get hand son with games that will be announced at the event. They’ll also have content creators going live from the Creator’s Cave in the Hollywood Palladium.
With EA Play here are the three main things to keep in mind if you plan on going:
- First hands-on with some of our biggest games.
- Exclusive content from some of the most popular creators in the world.
- Free for all to attend.
It’s possible we might see some Apex Legends news at the event since it’s on a hot start and who knows there might be some unexpected surprises from the company.
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