After a year that saw EA’s relationship with its players reach a new low, the company behind most of your favourite sports games and the Battlefield series had a lot of work ahead of them. This year’s EA E3 press conference was pretty much exactly what fans had come to expect: The usual franchises of EA, Battlefield and Star Wars were given time in the spotlight, a few new games were shown off and the underrated EA indies looked adorable.
Was it enough to win the hearts and minds of fans over? Probably not, but EA’s latest efforts were distracting enough to plaster over old wounds as the likes of Anthem and Unravel 2 earned plenty of love from anyone watching. In case you missed it, here’s the usual handy breakdown of everything that EA had to offer this year:
First look at Battlefield V’s sprawling multiplayer; Battle Royale mode confirmed for later this year
The UEFA Champions League is coming to FIFA 19
Respawn’s Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order game announced
Star Wars: Battlefront 2 is overhauling its controversial progression system, getting new Clone Wars content
Unravel Two features close-knit co-op, launches right now
Build up a dream squad in NBA Live 19 – watch the reveal trailer here!
New Anthem cinematic trailer is here to blow your minds!
EA announces Origin Access Premier
EA Originals indie game Sea of Solitude looks creepy and gorgeous in haunting first trailer
Anthem at E3 2018: major details and new gameplay footage revealed
Command and Conquer: Rivals takes the franchise mobile
NBA Live 2019
Origin Access Premier
Sea of Solitude
Command and Conquer: Rivals
Last Updated: June 11, 2018
June 11, 2018 at 08:26
The only thing EA did right was to show how out of touch they are with gamers
June 11, 2018 at 07:46
D!!! Why are you still up?
June 11, 2018 at 07:47
Star Wars! Woooooooooooo.
Sea of Solitude looks creepy and awesome.
June 11, 2018 at 10:17
I think they had a good conference.
There is some good potential in some of the stuff.
Alot of talk about “listening” and stuff, so maybe…
If that sub thing is done nicely, I might actually get it for a month or two.
Being more expensive that xbox’s service is a bit silly though maybe. You know they wont allow any overlap between services.
Cheaper than buying the games, but if you find a game you like, might get pricey in the long run.