Here’s Everything Shown During EA Play at E3 2017
EA Play 2017 is arguably the publisher's best showing at E3 in years.
With titles like Fifa 18, Madden 18, and Star Wars: Battlefront II, it seems fitting that Electronic Arts and their ‘EA Play’ show kick off the festivities at this year’s E3 2017. Andrew Wilson started the event by boasting “eight new experiences” that gamers should be excited about. Wilson then highlighted an extended 30-minute look at Star Wars: Battlefront II, citing that the publisher addressed some of the opportunities (criticisms) that players had with the first title.
Coincidently, EA also took a moment out of its press conference to highlight the upcoming ‘Project Scorpio’ citing that the hardware is “coming at the right time”. Check out more from Star Wars: Battlefront II, Fifa 18 and the rest of the day’s unveilings and announcements below.
Like another prominent sports simulation title (cough — NBA 2k — cough), EA Sports is bringing story to this year’s Madden 18 and shows players what to expect with its ‘Longshot’ trailer.
Battlefield 1, according to EA, has 20 million players worldwide. With the “In the Name of the Tsar” DLC, the company hopes to grow that base even more.
Fifa 18 marks the return of Alex Hunter. EA took the opportunity at EA Play to show off not just one but two trailers for the biggest and most successful franchise in the company’s portfolio.
Need for Speed Payback continues the series’ new focus on storytelling. You’ll pay as street racer Tyler Morgan who’s out to win races and take down a shady cartel. Its looking both fast and furious (sorry for the terrible joke).
The creator of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons made a game that looks like Prison Break, it’s called A Way Out. It focuses on co-op as players need to work together to escape from prison and do so in typical video game fashion through car chases, shootouts, and explosions.
EA very subtly teases Anthem a mysterious, brand new IP from Bioware. If you blink, you might miss it. EA also promised a closer look at the Xbox press conference on Sunday.
We get a handful of new details for NBA Live 18. Unfortunately, there was no Hoop Gawd on hand this year’s show.
No words can convey how insane Star Wars: Battlefront II looks. Seriously, just click the link and watch this full gameplay reveal, it’s absolutely gorgeous.