Electronic Arts has just announced its schedule for this year's EA Play, the annual pre-E3 event, which features the latest games from the publisher. The three-hour live broadcast will begin at 9:30 a.m. PDT on 8 June and will feature titles such as Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Apex Legends and Battlefield V.
The show will begin with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Then, at 10:00, the details of the second season of Apex Legends will be shown. At 10:30, EA will reveal the news about Battlefield V. The next hour of broadcast is intended for fans of sports series. At 11:00 the latest part of the FIFA series will be shown, and half an hour later Madden NFL. Stream will end with information about The Sims 4 from 12:00.
As you can see, EA Play will present no new information about the new version of Plants vs. Zombies series, which was announced for this fall. The same applies to a new game from the Need for Speed series, although we have already heard about its absence yesterday. More puzzling is the lack of a panel dedicated to the development of Anthem. It seems unthinkable that BioWare has nothing to announce about the future of its game-as-service title three months after its release (especially since it was a rather quiet three months). Could it be that the repairs consume so much of the developer's attention? Or maybe Electronic Arts has already put a cross on the game?
For fans who will appear at EA Play in Los Angeles, EA has prepared a few additional attractions. For example, you can take part in the "JuJu Smith-Schuster Experience", scoring a touchdown in the style of one of NFL's greatest stars. There will also be some entertainment for fans of Star Wars and FIFs.
Stream from EA Play will be available for viewing on EA's official website, YouTube and Twitch.
More information about the other conferences on E3 can be found here. The full list of games that we will see at the fair can be found here.