Update April 5, 2017: EA have now revealed some details for folk hoping to stream their pre-E3 show.
If you’re wanting to see all of EA’s game reveals this year, you’ll be able to watch it all live online at 12pm PST, on June 10.
June will see our upcoming PC games list get much more full, no doubt.
The stream will “celebrate [EA’s] amazing players and biggest games of the year ahead”, says the announcement. The event continues on to June 12, so the days following that will presumably be for attendees getting some hands-on time with those games.
EA already announced that Star Wars Battlefront 2 will be playable.
Original Story January 19, 2017: EA are opting out of E3 again this year, instead hosting their very own event with the return of EA Play. This is where we’ll see new games announced, along with more footage of stuff shown off previously.
This year’s EA Play event will be held June 10 through 12 at the Hollywood Palladium, and will be streamed across the internet right into your viewing box.
You can sign up for alerts on times at the EA Play site.
No doubt we’ll be seeing some of EA’s upcoming Star Wars games. Battlefront 2 is due to release at the end of the year, so that’s a given, but I wouldn’t be too surprised if we saw Visceral’s third-person Star Wars game either.
Other than that, expect loads of sports games (obviously), and a couple of nice surprises (hopefully). Dragon Age 4, anyone?