Here is the confirmed time and date of the Electronic Arts E3 2018 press conference.
Once again, Electronic Arts will not have a dedicated space on the E3 show floor, although their games will be almost certainly be sprinkled across other booths.
Instead, they will be holding another public EA Play event in Hollywood, running from June 9 -11, 2018. Pre-registration for tickets is open until May 25 via the EA Play website.
EA’s press conference begins at 11am PT on June 9, and will also be streamed on the EA Play website, Twitch, and YouTube.
EA E3 2018 Press Conference – time and date
Saturday, June 9, 2018
- PT: 11am
- ET: 2pm
- BST: 7pm
- CEST: 8pm
EA has promised that this year’s press conference will reveal the next Battlefield game, plus a closer look at Bioware’s Anthem. This year’s crop of EA Sports games will also be on display, along with The Sims 4, and a selection of upcoming mobile titlezzzzz. Sorry, just nodded off there for a second.
As far as unannounced games go, we’re hoping for news of a brand new open-world Burnout game from Criterion, and, erm, Peggle 3.
Update: June 9, 2018 – Here’s the full roundup lit of every game announced at the EA Play 2018 press conference.
Check out the full E3 2018 press conference schedule.
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