EA Play will return this year, but not in June.
EA announced today EA Play Live, The online version of its summer showcase will return this year. Unlike the previous version, this year’s exhibition will be held in July.
EA Play Live will return on July 22. Save the date! pic.twitter.com/qh9OOGhPTm
—Electronic Arts (@EA) May 11 2021
EA Play Live 2021 will be held on July 22, one month later than the original location. Although EA has not been part of E3 for many years, publishers have always placed EA Play near E3, including last year’s digital events.
The news was released after the official channel of “Battlefield” was released, suggesting that the game’s first release will be held in June, not in May, because everyone wants this to be out of EA’s history. We still expect the entire content of the game to be part of the EA Play Live lineup in July, and it seems that everything has moved back to a month.
Of course, “Battlefield” is EA’s biggest game this year. In addition, you can also look forward to the regular lineup of 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, Skate 4, and perhaps some form of Codemaster recently acquired.
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