EA has announced that the company will air the EA Play presentation despite the cancellation of E3.
Announced via a tweet, EA sent out confirmation that the company will pursue their presentation and it will still be live. The live event will take place on June 11 at 4 PM PST and will feature world premieres, news and much more.
While the EA Play Live is set to premiere next month, fans are beginning to speculate as to what the company might show. Fans are hopeful for another Titanfall sequel, while others are excited to see the future of sports titles that EA is known for making. However, at the time of writing, not much about this event is known and fans will have to sit down and experience all the surprises as they are announced.
E3 2020 has been cancelled due to the ongoing health pandemic, however, companies and developers are finding ways to work around it and premiere their titles in new ways. Today, EA announced their live event, while other companies such as Microsoft and Ubisoft are exploring alternatives. While the format is a bit unclear as of right now, check out Gameranx’s blog entry which collects all the data and formats the current status of alternative E3 2020.
EA Play will go live on June 11 at 4 PM PST here.
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Source: EA Play