Electronic Arts will host a series of broadcasts this month until EA Play Live on July 22.
Today, EA announced EA Play Live Spotlight, a series of digital panels that connect players with those who make games.
Throughout July, there will be five different broadcasts: four individual spotlights and one main show. The spotlight will be like a panel and will discuss everything from shooting games to sports games.
This is the timetable:
- July 8th, 10:00 AM Pacific Time / 7:00 PM Central European Time: The future of first-person shooters
- July 13th, 10:00 AM Pacific Time / 7:00 PM Central European Time: EA <3s Independent Studio
- July 19, 4:00 pm Pacific Time / 1:00 am CET: Madden NFL 22 Almighty: Scouting-How the community shapes Madden NFL 22
- July 20, 10:00 AM Pacific Time / 7:00 PM Central European Time: More EA SPORTS
- July 22: EA Play Live 10:00 AM Pacific Time / 7:00 PM Central European Time
The future of first-person shooters There will be extensive discussions around Apex Legends and Battlefield 2042. It will be hosted by Oskar Gabrielson, general manager of DICE and Christian Grass, general manager of DICE LA, as well as Vince Zampella, founder and group general manager of Respawn, and Chad Grenier, Apex game director.
in order to EA <3s independent studio, The focus will be on the role of independent developers in the industry. Todd Martens of the Los Angeles Times will host a panel discussion consisting of Hazelight’s Josef Fares (two people required), Zoink’s Olov Redmalm (randomly lost), and others.
Madden NFL 22 All-Access: Scouting It will discuss how fans influence the development of the franchise model and help “achieve highly demanded features” such as staff management, weekly game strategies and new scene engines. The team will also conduct an in-depth study of the new scouting features of Madden NFL 22 through the real-time service update in September.
Details More EA Sports No spotlight is provided, just expect it to highlight the “very cool new members” of the “very popular and long-running” EA Sports franchise.
All of this leads to EA Play Live, where we hope to hear more about “Battlefield 2042”, detailed information about sports games and EA Originals games. Although they are still in the early stages of development, we can also take a look at “Dragon Age 4”, “Skateboard 4”, and maybe something from Codemasters.
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