EA Play 2019: No EA E3 2019 Press Conference Planned, Multiple Livestreams Planned as Replacements

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In just a few short months, E3 2019 will be upon us! While Sony has already confirmed that they’ll be skipping this year’s big show, it seems another big player won’t be sticking to tradition, either.

EA, one of the world’s biggest publisher of video games, has announced EA Play 2019, and has confirmed that there is no EA E3 2019 press conference planned! Instead, the publisher will have livestreams that will air during the first two days of the event.

Starting Friday night on June 7, 2019, EA Play will start and will feature gameplay and insights from the studios making the games. Presumably, these livestreams will act as the reveal of some sort.

On the weekend, Saturday, June 8, players will be able to go hands-on with the games! EA will also have content creators streaming live from the publisher’s “Creator’s Cave.”

With EA already confirming that we’ll see a “premium” Titanfall-related game released sometime this year, chances are, it’ll be revealed at EA Play or maybe before that, with the big gameplay reveal scheduled for the event.

What do you hope to see at EA Play 2019? Given we just got Battlefield V, a new Battlefield game is most likely out of the question. Maybe a new Need for Speed game? Something new perhaps?

Source: EA

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