E3 2019: Every EA Game Confirmed For EA Play (So Far)

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Now Playing: Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Gameplay Announced for EA Play 2019 - GS News Update

This year's big-time gaming E3 is the time for video game publishers to make waves in the industry with their biggest announcements and splashiest trailers, and mega-publisher EA has a variety of already revealed projects to show off. Between updates to some of its ongoing games like Apex Legends and the impending release of Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, it's going to be a big year for the publisher.

As in the last few years, EA will eschew the E3 show itself and instead center its efforts on EA Play, a fan-centric event that takes place just before E3. This year it will be on Saturday, June 8 through Sunday, June 9. It will be held at the Hollywood Palladium and feature developer talks, gameplay reveals, and more, with livestreams for those who are not in attendance.

This year, we know EA plans to outline its upcoming plans for Anthem, Apex Legends, and Battlefield V. Each of those games have ongoing live content like new modes, story chapters, or in the case of Apex Legends, details for the upcoming Season 2 Battle Pass. The game has been criticized by some for not receiving updates as frequently as Fortnite, as well as the fact that its initial Battle Pass was somewhat lacking. In the interest of avoiding crunch, developer Respawn Entertainment has said it won't shift to weekly updates. But we will get a look at whatever it has planned for the next few months of Apex's live services including, perhaps, the introduction of Fortnite-style challenges, which it hasn't ruled out.

We also know that Respawn's other big 2019 game, Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, will get a gameplay reveal at the event. Finally, we're certain to see the latest on EA's slate of EA Sports titles, including Madden NFL 20 and FIFA 20.

Read GameSpot's full coverage of E3 2019 for the latest breaking news, and check out the full E3 conference schedule. Below is a standing list of all of the confirmed EA games we know are slated to make an appearance at the show, so far.

  • Anthem
  • Apex Legends
  • Battlefield V
  • FIFA 20
  • Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order

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