New EA Originals Games Announced: Rustheart, Lost in Random, and More

Published: June 8, 2019 6:59 PM /


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Three new EA Originals games have been announced. If you're unfamiliar with EA Originals, it's a special indie label created by Electronic Arts. Several games have been released under this indie label so far and now three more titles are going to be coming out in the future.

A tweet on the official Electronic Arts Twitter has a nearly three-minute video which goes into a bit of the background of the developers behind these upcoming games. Have a look for yourself to see these nice game devs talk about their work and the process of creating some neat vidya:

As reports, we'll soon be getting three new EA Originals games. The three new titles will be Lost in Random from developer Zoink, RustHeart from developer Glowmode, and a "new co-operative experience" from Hazelight. (Hazelight had previously stated that they were going to be working with Electronic Arts again following the success of A Way Out.)

RustHeart is somewhat inspired by the children's classic tale The Iron Giant, 80s action movies, and Rick and Morty. It will largely be action-oriented with the exception of players being able to create their own robots.

Zoink, meanwhile, will be taking up the second of the three new EA Originals games. Their title is going to be set in another "dark and vivid world". It will be a fantasy action game, although Zoink promises that they will deliver their own "unique spin on the genre".

All three games will be made available to people who subscribe to EA Access, as will all EA Originals titles. In addition to these new game announcements, Electronic Arts has also stated that they're going to be bringing more games to their subscription service including Frostpunk and Moonlighter from 11 bit studios.

We don't yet have any more details on these three games, but they're sure to be interesting. Electronic Arts is taking care to only sign a limited number of really interesting projects for their EA Originals label, so each and every one of these games must have had something special that caught their eye. Stay tuned for more details in the coming months.

What do you think of the three new EA Originals games? Have you liked the titles that have been released under the label so far? Let us know in the comments below!

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