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One of the gaming industry’s biggest publishers plans to show off a wealth of games, starting with a streaming press conference you can watch from home.
Electronic Arts has a varied selection of games on its E3 docket, including Battlefield 4 and Need for Speed Rivals, along with sports games EA Sports UFC, FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, and NBA Live. In addition, attending media will get a glimpse at some other titles, including Fightback (from Ninja Theory), Plants vs. Zombies 2, and Ultima Forever. You can bet that EA has at least one or two big surprises up its sleeve for its Monday, June 10th press conference as well.
You’ll be able to watch that press conference live on Monday at either EA’s official E3 homepage, or through Spike TV.
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I really don't care about any of their stuff other than Battlefield, I'm not that excited.
Wishlist: Star Wars Battlefront 3, Republic Commando 2, Need For Speed Rivals gameplay (without a crash system like Most Wanted, I don't want to see a big crashed sign every time I hit a truck, I know I crashed).
Wow... EA got quite the lineup...
STAR. WARS. That is all.
Just a few more days!
Sounds like they've got some ambitious goals for this upcoming year in gaming, as they normally do.
*sign* I'm happy with MW don't do this every year thing EA.
All we need is Star Wars Battlefront 3 and Battlefield 4 Naval Warfare gameplay and Co-op Dinosaur Survival. That would be a nice quick show and then move on to Microsoft.