The biggest gaming event of the year, E3 is all set to begin on the June 12 and continue on till June 14. E3 stands for Electronic Entertainment Expo and has come to be known as the most popular gaming event of the world over the years that it has been in existence. The event has become synonymous with the biggest names of the industry, launching the biggest and the most awaited games and features. Also Read - FIFA 22 HyperMotion technology to bring immersive gameplay experience, release on October 1Also Read - E3 2021: What is it, entire schedule, how to watch livestream for free, what to expect
All the big titles of the gaming world have big plans for the E3 this year, and gamers have elevated hopes as well. And with E3 just a couple of months away, Bethesda, Microsoft and now EA has outlined its plans for the event. Also Read - Battlefield 2042: Launch date, Price in India and more
This year again, EA will be holding its announcements under the banner event of EA Play. The company has announced that the EA Play event will begin at 11.30 PM on June 9. The event will feature playable demos of the upcoming launches from EA.
And from what we have seen on the official EA Play update, the company will be revealing games like the new installment of Battlefield, which has been rumored to be set during the World War 2. There will be big reveals around BioWare s long-awaited title, Anthem.
Here s what the official announcement on EA Play s website says:
“Join us for a livestream of our EA PLAY press conference where we will take you inside some of our biggest games of the year, live from The Hollywood Palladium. The next Battlefield, Anthem and some of your favorite EA SPORTS games will all have big reveals during the show. You won t want to miss it.”
“Following the show, stay with us on EA.com through June 11 for developer interviews, behind-the-scenes at EA PLAY content, and more. Our network of EA channels EA.com, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram will be your online home throughout the event for inside access into all our games.”