E3 2018 EA Press Conference Recap

EA opens up the E3 2018 Press Conferences by showing off Battlefield V, Origin Access Premier, FIFA 19, Unraveled Two, Sea of Solitude, Madden NFL 19, Command and Conquer Rivals, and Anthem.

Full Press Conference

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On a world left unfinished by the gods, humanity struggles to survive in a savage environment. Equipped with incredible Javelin exosuits, a faction known as the Freelancers seeks to tip the balance in mankind’s favor.

Anthem focuses on being a story based game with drop in coop. Designed to be a progressive expanding story that builds over years of gameplay. They revealed that there would be no loot boxes or pay for power. Anthem is set to release on Feb 22nd 2019.


Battlefield V

Origin Access Premier

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Unraveled Two

Sea of Solitude

Madden NFL 19

Command and Conquer Rivals


Noteworthy Mentions

  • The Clone Wars are coming to Battlefront II
  • New Star Wars game in the works titled "Jedi: Fallen Order". It will take place in the Dark Times when the Jedi's are being hunted. Between episodes 3 and 4.

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Published: June 9th, 2018   |  771 Reads

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