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EA Play E3 Conference Highlights

EA Play E3 Conference Highlights


EA Play took place in Los Angeles and London concurrently. Titanfall 2 kicked off the conference with both multi-player and single player trailers. Both look fantastic with fantastic, fast paced action.

Titanfall 2 will release on PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One on 28th October 2016.

Madden 17 got a new trailer. It releases August 24th 2016.

Some behind the scenes work and some early in-game footage was shown off for Mass Effect: Andromeda. It will be powered by Frostbite and will continue to have the great story driven, action gameplay that Mass Effect is know for.

FIFA 17 was up next. This year see’s a new mode with “The Journey”. It is a story based mode that will allow you to control aspects of football both on and off the pitch.

Also included are all the Premier League manager likenesses. José Mourinho joined Peter Moore on stage to help with this announcement. Finally the gameply trailer revealed in-game graphics, which are powered by the Frostbite engine on next gen platforms. It releases September 29th globally.

A new IP was announced called Fe. Developed by Zoink and is a partnership with EA Originals. All of the profit made from EA Originals games will go back into the hands of the developers.

A look at the future of STAR WARS games was shown next. Content for all the current titles will receive more content in the coming months. STAR WARS Battlefront will get a sequel in 2017 and will include content from the new films and will be co-developed by Motive and Criterion. 2018 will see a new story based game headed by Visceral Games and Amy Hennig. Respawn Entertainment will be creating a new 3rd person in some time after 2018.

Battlefield 1 closed the conference with some incredible looking in-game footage gameplay and information. Patrick Bach General Manager of DICE reveled destruction, dynamic weather will change throughout a game on all maps and vehicular combat will include Zeppelins. Open BETA will take place later this summer. An hour-long 64 player, 32 vs 32 gameplay was shown after the EA Play conference. Battlefield 1 will release October 21st 2016.