Over the last few years, video game publisher Electronic Arts has opted to ditch its usual E3 press conference strategy for a more hands-on, accessible approach. If viewing from home, pull up for a front row seat because EA.com is gearing up to deliver breaking news, behind-the-scenes stories and live content to take players deep inside the games.
The company promises the three-day event will include "more EA brands, more hands-on stations and more entertainment than ever before".
Tickets for the event are free so, expect big crowds and even bigger explosions coming from the monitors as Battlefield 2018 gets its first public showing.
The big stuff will naturally be streamed online, with hosts including "some of the world's biggest names in social media".
Battlefield 1's time appears to be coming to an end as Electronic Arts has announced that the next Battlefield game will be debuting at EA Play this year. Over the past few weeks, EA has revealed several new tidbits about the upcoming game, including confirmation that it will be released in October.
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The upcoming EA Sports line-up will also be present (FIFA 19, the new Madden et.al), as will The Sims 4 and EA's mobile games.
EA Play 2018 takes place between June 9-11. EA has confirmed the first details about EA Play 2018, including the fact that the next Battlefield will be playable there. Instead, fans will "get an inside look" at the game.
Want to get your hands on Battlefield 2018 before anyone else?
Tickets will be available this Spring - and in taking your feedback from last year's event, we'll be introducing a new system to give you better hands on access to your favorite games.