It’s official, this year’s EA Play Live will go digital in June!
The company has confirmed the event gets the green light for next month on June 11th at 4 PM PT. It will also come with world premieres, game updates, news, and more.
Electronic Arts announced the news on Twitter:
— Electronic Arts #stayandplay (@EA) May 4, 2020
“EA Play Live goes digital in 2020!
See you on June 11th at 4pm PST… World premieres, news and more!”
With the company hashtag #StayAndPlay, EA is keeping up with recent events by encouraging fans and game enthusiasts to stay at home while keeping updated with what’s new in the industry.
Fans are all stoked and excited to discover what EA Play Live has in store for the community:
“Woooooo! Can’t wait to see what you guys have cooking up”
“See you soon!!”
This is great news for fans, since the event won’t be cancelled at least. The pandemic has pushed many gaming conventions and expos to be cancelled over health concerns.
Global Live Broadcast
In an official blog post, the company emphasized that the EA Play Live 2020 is primarily designed to connect players across the world and bring them closer to their favorite game franchises.
“EA Play Live 2020 is about connecting players around the world and bringing them closer to the game franchises they love.”
Through a live broadcast, the event will be available for interested fans in the global community. Expect new community content, updates, and more!
“During this year’s digital event, we’ll showcase our games through a live broadcast, community content, and more. Tune in on Thursday, June 11th at 4.00pm PT on EA.com.”
With the recent announcement of Burnout Paradise Remastered for Nintendo Switch, Electronic Arts might include more Switch-related news or updates during the EA Play Live.
The hybrid gaming console is getting all the hype, especially this quarantine season, with stocks coming to a shortage and Nintendo speeding up their production process to keep up with the demand.
During the event, there’s a great chance for an announcement involving a new version of FIFA on Switch and a watered Switch port.
The original Unravel title may also possibly find its way to the Nintendo console.
Some titles that may also be included in the event are the remastered versions of classic EA games: Dead Space, Need For Speed, or Mass Effect Trilogy.
Fans may have to wait and see which beloved titles will be receiving platform expansions!
Here’s a list of upcoming games in EA’s timeline:
- An unannounced EA Sports title
- An additional EA HD title
- 4 additional EA Partners titles
- 2 mobile soft-launches
- Platform expansions of current EA titles
- Medal of Honor VR title in partnership with Oculus