EA Play 2017 Playable Game Lineup Unveiled; Player FanFest to Feature Performances by Nas, DJ Green Lantern and Dave East

EA has divulged a bunch of new information about EA Play 2017, including which games will be playable and which artists are performing there.

on May 25, 2017 4:39 PM

Electronic Arts revealed more information about EA Play 2017 today, including which games will be available to play at the Player FanFest, which they describe as the “heart” of the event, and which artists will be performing at the aforementioned FanFest.

There will be over 140 gaming-stations for people to use at the FanFest; the following thirteen games/DLC will be playable at the event:

  • Star Wars Battlefront II
  • FIFA 18
  • Madden NFL 18
  • NBA LIVE 18
  • The latest Need for Speed experience
  • The Sims Mobile
  • The Sims 4
  • Battlefield 1: In The Name of the Tsar
  • Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes
  • Titanfall 2
  • Madden NFL Mobile
  • NBA LIVE Mobile
  • EA SPORTS FIFA on the Nintendo Switch

Nas, DJ Green Lantern, and Dave East will also be headlining performances for EA Play 2017. Nas has received more than a dozen Grammy nominations since his debut album Illmatic in 1994. DJ Green Lantern is a long-time DJ, and has been one for some of hip hop’s top artist. Dave East is known for his mixtape Kairi Chanel, which hit the US Billboard 200 last year. The three artists will perform on June 10 from 6-8pm PST.

That’s not all, as EA also revealed their are even more rewards for those who come to the event at the Hollywood Palladium. Each day, the first 2000 people who play Star Wars Battlefront II will get a limited edition poster. Sunday and Monday, the first 500 people that play Madden NFL 18 and FIFA 18 will receive a free copy of Madden NFL 17 and FIFA 17, respectively.

EA Play 2017 will run from June 10 to June 12 of this year, before E3 starts June 13.

 /  Staff Writer
Tomas Franzese is a Staff Writer at DualShockers, writing a variety of reviews and shedding light on upcoming games for both PC and consoles. While he has been a gamer most of his life, he began writing for DualShockers last year, and has almost never put his computer or a controller down since.