For this year's E3, Electronic Arts is doing things a little differently - in that the developer/publisher giant won't even be a part of the annual convention, at least not directly. Instead, EA is hosting EA Play, an open-to-the-public event taking place in both LA and London. We're eagerly awaiting more info on blockbuster FPS sequels Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2. And with any luck, we'll finally get some concrete details with gameplay footage, fingers crossed) on Mass Effect: Andromeda and Visceral's Star Wars game.
EA's getting a head-start on E3's usual parade of press conferences, hosting its own stage show on Sunday, June 12 at 1pm PDT, rather than the usual Monday slot. Hey, more power to EA for taking the E3 hype-machine into its own hands - and whether you want to watch the livestream as it's happening or want a recap of everything you might've missed, this is the place to do it. We'll be updating this article with everything EA shows off this year, so be sure to check back on and after Sunday afternoon.