While the games will also be on display on the show floor, the company’s promising to show everything off beforehand in a pre-E3 briefing hosted by CEO Andrew Wilson.
…and even if you can’t make it to California, you won’t have to miss out! EA has made plans to livestream the event through a number of outlets, so you can tune in to ea.com/e3 from anywhere in the world!
Everything’s set to kick off on Monday June 9th at midday PDT (What’s that in my timezone?), and promises to run for an hour.
Here’s a look back at last year’s preview:
Obviously we don’t know exactly what’ll be on show, but we have a few ideas. The team’s promising to reveal 6 brand new projects on the day. One is promised for a Q3 release, and one will be powered by the Frostbite engine.
Stories abound as to what exactly these games might be – Battlefield famously uses the Frostbite engine, but we’re told we’ll be waiting until at least 2015 for Battlefield 5, so this might not be it. Visceral Games is also reportedly working on a police-inspired title that might use the technology, and don’t forget that Garden Warfare does, too – could it be getting a sequel?
(Remember: Star Wars: Battlefront was revealed last year, so it’s not counted in these six new games… but Andrew Wilson has confirmed it’ll make a long-overdue appearance at this year’s expo as well.)
Player Attack will be at E3, so we’ll keep our collective ears to the ground and bring you all the news as it happens – including fresh details direct from EA!
Short version: It could be just about anything, and we likely won’t know until the first week of June. Player Attack will be at E3, so we’ll keep our collective ears to the ground and bring you all the news as it happens – including fresh details direct from EA!