EA’s Livestreamed E3 Presser to Show Off Six New Games

Electronic Arts has confirmed that it will livestream this year’s E3 press conference, in which it plans to show off a number of new games.

EA’s yearly E3 press conference will kick off Monday, June 9 at 12 PM PST. During yesterday’s financial call, CEO Andrew Wilson said that the company would be announcing a “major new game” at the conference. While no title or franchise was revealed, he did confirm that the game would be running on the Frostbite 3 engine, that it would launch this year, and that it will not be a Need for Speed game.

Beyond that, EA will show off six future games, including the much-anticipated Star Wars: Battlefront. If the financial reports from yesterday are any indication, we’ll probably also hear something about a Titanfall follow-up as well. *SIGH*

The press conference will be hosted by Wilson, and will take place at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles. GameFront will be there to bring you the news, and you can watch the event yourself on EA’s site, or on TwitchTV.

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2 Comments on EA’s Livestreamed E3 Presser to Show Off Six New Games


On May 7, 2014 at 7:42 am

Hopefully one of the titles included will be CnC Generals 2, which moved to F2P status, then was scrapped entirely to be remade from the ground up. I also think the team involved was fired.

I could care less about a Titanfall sequel, since the game was a letdown and overpriced for what you got.


On May 7, 2014 at 11:33 am

It would be nice to see Command and Conquer Tiberium resurrected. Also (though I’m not sure if EA has anything to do with it…probably doesn’t) Prey 2 needs the defib.