EA might be somewhat distancing itself from E3 with its EA Play event, but all most people it's the same thing as the annual gaming event. On our EA E3 2018 page you'll find all the details on where to watch the EA E3 2018 press conference live, plus details on the games likely to be shown off.
For more general E3 2018 info, head to our E3 2018 Conferences hub page. It's got dates and times for all the major E3 2018 press conferences.
EA E3 2018 Press Conference Date and Time
EA's EA Play event is essentially its own branded version of E3 2018. As well as having a live conference, EA lets consumers come and sample its latest games. EA's E3 2018 Conference is on June 9 at the following times:
- June 9 - 11 am PT
- June 9 - 2 pm ET
- June 9 - 7 pm BST
It's worth noting that EA Play's live event is geared more towards the average consumer than the other E3 press conferences. There are often awkward moments involving celebrities, and EA isn't afraid to spend a long time showing off a feature of a game fans might be interested in even if it might more people looking for announcement after announcement.
Games Likely to be Shown at the EA E3 2018 Conference
EA doesn't tend to have a lot of new announcements at E3 2018, but it will be showing off a lot of games. The games likely to be at E3 2018 are listed below.
- FIFA 19
- Madden 19
- Surprise Indie Game
- Battlefield 5
- Star Wars Games (maybe just an update on Battlefront 2)
Anthem is undoubtedly the game people are looking forward to seeing the most, following its reveal at E3 2017. Nothing has been seen on the game since, and BioWare needs a hit after the disappointing Mass Effect Andromeda.
It's almost certain that Battlefield 5 (or V) will be shown in some form at EA's E3 2018 event, given that it's being unveiled on May 23 by the Daily Show host Trevor Noah at an event in London. It's possible that EA could use the event in May as a way to uncover the shooter, before delving into detail about the game less than a month later at E3.
Elsewhere you can find details on Sony's E3 2018 press conference, Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference, EA's E3 2018 press conference, Nintendo's E3 2018 press conference, Ubisoft's E3 2018 press conference, and Bethesda's E3 2018 press conference.
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