Despite the cancelation of E3 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, EA has revealed that EA Play is still happening as they plan on showing off the Commander & Conquer Remaster alongside previously unannounced titles, including an HD release.
Well, if you were hoping for something big to happen his year, it seems that EA Play is still happening and will be aired digitally via YouTube as well as seemingly – Twitch. This year’s EA Play Live will take place on June 11th at 4pm PST where EA will reveal more news about upcoming titles, previously released titles as well as what their offerings are.
As many live-streamed events have been as of late, it does seem that EA will do what everyone else is, including some of the world’s moments popular TV shoes: Filming straight from their homes. Not ironic, but still, it gives us some form of normality.
EA Play Live goes digital in 2020!
See you on June 11th at 4pm PST… World premieres, news and more! https://t.co/ShTNzjqJ3D pic.twitter.com/xqmYfGBWfs
— Electronic Arts #stayandplay (@EA) May 4, 2020
This year, however, is the odd one as E3 has already seen some mild disruption with former E3 host Geoff Keighley having stepped down and E3 having been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It all seems to work out for the best, however, as Geoff Keighley is set to host a four-month-long Summer Game Fest event starting in later this month.
For what it’s worth, EA has begun winning fans over with the staggering success of Star Wars: Fallen Order, which has sold more than 10 million copies.
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