EA has announced that its annual EA Play Live would be taking place on June 11 this year, and it will be entirely digital.
The tweet is nothing spectacular: just a seven-second video proclaiming that there will be an EA Play Live, that it's taking place on June 11, and that there will be World Premieres, news, and more. Not too much to go on, really.
However, that doesn't mean we can't speculate. With Battlefield V finally being put to rest after a long and very painful period of trying to make something out of nothing, perhaps we'll get a new Battlefield announcement. The opposite goes for Battlefront 2, which started off extremely poorly and later turned into a pretty good game, especially after how disastrous it started out. Maybe we'll see another Battlefront announcement?
Of course, we'll see our usual sporting announcements such as NFL or NHL games, but Anthem has been very quiet recently. Maybe the in-progress reboot will be shown off to the world? We'll find out in just over a month.
When the stream goes live on June 11, be sure to tune in to ea.com/eaplay to get all of your EA games announcements. We'll keep you posted until then.
One positive thing that has resulted from the COVID-19 epidemic is that companies have realized that not everything has to be live and in person. A lot of people are working from home now where they would have had to drive to work every day for no reason other then the bosses think it's a good idea. Once this is all done and over with, I hope these companies (like EA) realize that if people can productively work from home then there is no reason to bring them into work if they don't necessarily want to come in.
What do you think of this news? Are you excited to see what EA will reveal this year? Do you have anything in particular that you want them to announce? Let us know in the comments!