EA Play 2019 was the first big show of E3 2019, and they promised new info on their highly anticipated Star Wars title, as well as updates to all their existing games. So what did we see?
The Last Jedi is worth your time. Not just as a good Star Wars film, but as a fun, beautifully made adventure that sets the stage for the series to come. It has flaws, but the sum of the many parts is worth the whole experience.
Time for the annual event that is E3. And thus here come the E3 EA Predictions 2017! EA has been very clear about what we’ll be getting in our first E3 conference of the year. We’re getting 6 Games confirmed, as well as potentially 2 unannounced games.
Well, thanks to the star wars celebration, we now have the Star Wars: The Last Jedi Teaser. Time for a breakdown then!
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Pre-E3 Pre Amble. Not technically going with a conference this year, EA is hosting EA Play Events in Los Angeles and London, but also broadcasting their new trailers in a timed message around about the same moment. So nothing really changed then for the majority of the audience watching at home.
Battlefront is exhilarating and fantastic, a sensory overload of an experience. I have spent the last day or so playing the beta for the followup to the games that pretty much define what Star Wars is for me. I really hope that the rest of it is this good.
Preamble: So I came out of last year with a great deal of hope. Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, hopefully gameplay, hopefully no guns Battlefront, we need to see a match. We just do at this point, people have enough concerns We will probably see the usual array of FIFA and Madden, as well as more DLC for Hardline and Inquisition. Need for Speed reboot is gonna be shown off. Bioware maybe? Show off more mass effect for next year? Possibly even any more Star Wars stuff?