EA’s E3 Conference Will Have Eight Games; “Surprises” and Perhaps Two Unannounced Games in Store

EA has announced six of the eights games it will have at its E3 2017 presser, leaving us guessing what the other -- unlisted -- two are.

on June 8, 2017 2:09 PM

Today, EA detailed that EA Play 2017, which is just EA’s E3 press conference that takes place on June 10th, will provide new looks at upcoming games from them, as well as be packed with “more surprises.”

EA has already detailed six of these games — FIFA 18, Madden NFL 18, NBA Live 18, Need for Speed Payback, Battlefield 1, and Star Wars Battlefront II. 

Now what these other two games are, as well what “more surprises” means, is hard to say. EA has two smaller indie games already announced that it is helping publish — Fe and Sea of Solitude — but these seem unlikely to be present at the show. The two titles also could be two new unannounced titles, such as BioWare’s a new new IP codenamed “Dylan.” We also recently learned that a new Dragon Age game is in development, so it could be that as well.

It perhaps could also be a return to some of the publisher’s bigger series that have been dormant for quite some time, such as Dead Space or Skate. Or it could even be more Star Wars games, such as the two already announced games in development by Respawn Entertainment and Visceral Games. Who knows. I sure don’t.

Let us know what you think these two other titles are in the comments below, as well as what you would like to see. And be sure to check in with DualShockers on June 10th for all of the announcements at the EA presser.

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