Electronic Arts has a busy schedule at the 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), with at least a dozen titles slated to launch this year. On Monday, it’s expected to show off gameplay from many of its games, such as “Star Wars Battlefront” and “Need for Speed.”
EA will live stream its press conference at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, starting at 4 p.m. EDT/1 p.m. PDT. The publisher is expected to showcase new gameplay from its collection of games before the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) opens its doors on Tuesday. The stream will be available through the EA’s website and Twitch. Alternatively, you can also watch the livestream below:
Players can expect gameplay footage and demos from a number of confirmed titles from the company, including “FIFA 16,” “Madden NFL 16,” “Madden NFL Mobile,” “Mirror’s Edge Catalyst,” “Minions Paradise,” “NBA Live 16,” “Need for Speed,” “EA Sports Rory Mcllroy PGA Tour,” “Star Wars Battlefront” and an upcoming expansion for “Star Wars: The Old Republic.”
With a new “Star Wars” movie coming this year, gamers can expect EA to spend some time to show off new details about “Star Wars Battlefront,” a first-person shooter which puts players into the middle of the “Star Wars” battlefield, duking it out with blasters, flying X-Wings and playing as Darth Vader and Boba Fett. EA had previously showcased some footage in April, but players can expect to see a more in-depth look into the game during the conference.
Beyond confirmed titles, EA may also show off the next installment to the “Mass Effect” series, the so-called “Mass Effect 4.” Details on the game remain slim, since it was announced at last year’s E3. But in recent weeks, developers from Bioware -- the creators of “Mass Effect” -- have teased at some of the upcoming game’s details, such as its combat system and its place in the in-game universe.
@Thatlobsterman not a prequel, not necessarily a sequel either.
â€” Chris Wynn (@The1Wynn) June 1, 2015