Some of the biggest events during E3 are confirmed for another year.
Electronic Arts is bringing back its EA Play for yet another year, taking over portions of Hollywood just prior to the start of the annual gaming conference. The company claims that this will be the biggest year ever, with more EA games and experiences than ever before. Specifics include the array of EA Sports games (FIFA, Madden, NHL, etc) and Sims 4, as well as the next Battlefield game.
The event will run for three days, from June 9-11, and feature games, music, food and more.
Tickets (free) will be available later this Spring.
Not to be outdone, Bethesda is back again with its own big event. Taking place June 10 at 6:30PM PST, the company will be “creating something special” as they host their annual Showcase. Last year the concept was Bethesdaland, a sort of amusement park filled with food, concerts, art and games. It’s worth noting that the 6:30 PM start time may mean another half hour show (like last year) that was filled with a plenty of announcements. Rumors swirl about what could be shown, including Todd Howard’s next game being a new IP and further Switch and PS4/XB1 ports.
Invitations will be sent closer to the date.