This could well give an indication of the time of the conference itself, which EA refuses to disclose for the moment.
After a week ofE3 eventful, gamers around the world are still looking out for a few more upcoming video game events, and in particular the conference EA Play Live. This is supposed to take place in a little less than a month but we do not yet know what time. However, EA has just announced on Twitter that there will be a pre-show and that it will take place on July 22 at 7 p.m. French time.
EA Play Live is only a month away! Watch our pre-show July 22nd starting at 10AM PT/1PM ET, followed by the main showcase. See you then. 👋 pic.twitter.com/1PZ5IXRYeP
— Electronic Arts (@EA) June 22, 2021
In addition to this information, the studio revealed that Austin Creed will be the host of the event, of which no details are yet known. The most curious will therefore have to watch the entire pre-show so as not to miss the start of the official conference, unless EA decides to reveal the start time of it to us by next month.
What can we expect from EA Play Live?
In the meantime, the predictions on the content of the event are rife, and if we know that some (very) familiar faces will make a return, we can also expect something new from EA. First of all, we can move with almost certainty on the announcements of FIFA 22 or NHL 22, the eternal sports franchises of the studio.
Announced very recently, we can also expect news (and unpublished images?) Of the next title Battlefield 2042. Its release is scheduled for October 22, and many details about the content remain unclear. However, we know that the title will depict a humanitarian crisis following a conflict between the United States and Russia. It will be devoid of battle royale and single player campaign to focus on its multiplayer offering.
Regarding the desires of the players, many are calling for a third installment for the franchise Battlefront, the multiplayer shooter set in the Star Wars universe. Finally, we can hope for the announcement of a new license (why not?) Although it does not seem to be on the program for the moment.
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