EA Play E3 2017 Liveblog: First Multiplayer Footage of Battlefront II Revealed, Need For Speed: Payback Looks Very Fast and Furious-Inspired [UPDATE: ALL DONE!]

EA Play E3 2017 Liveblog: First Multiplayer Footage of Battlefront II Revealed, Need For Speed: Payback Looks Very Fast and Furious-Inspired [UPDATE: ALL DONE!]

Watch the EA Play livestream as Caty shares her thoughts on all of the news coming out of today's event.

Good morning. Or good afternoon, for some. It's Saturday, isn't that lovely? Wait—wait... E3 starts today? Oh boy. Time to buckle up.

EA is kicking off E3 an entire day earlier than usual at 12pm PT/3pm ET today. Caty will be liveblogging all the news from sports games to Star Wars (and hopefully, beyond) from EA Play right here, and you can watch the stream below too. Join us!

All done now, added an archive of the full conference below.

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