The Electronic Entertainment Expo 2016 is all set to go on floors next week.
Plenty of amazing games are going to be launched here and Electronic Arts might make heads turn with their impressive line up of games.
EA is going to go to the show floor with a bunch of titles including Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, FIFA 17 among many others. The event has already generated so much hype because multiple AAA titles are getting announced at the same time. They are all going to be available on all major platforms making it easier for gamers to play it on any as they prefer. Titanfall was a successful venture for Respawn which comprised of a team of developers from the Call of Duty team. The second iteration in the title is expected to be more expansive and may have a single player campaign.
A couple of sports titles are also set to be revealed at the EA E3 2016 briefing. It includes NHL 17, Madden NFL 17 and FIFA 17. There isn’t going to be any ground breaking changes in the sports genre. The titles have been almost the same for many years expect for some minor graphical and gameplay changes. EA didn’t talk more about the titles they have ready up their sleeve. They might probably have a surprise announcement which we haven’t heard so far.
The E3 2016 event being hosted by Electronic Arts has been named the EA Play. In their press release, the company stated that they are excited to launch so many happening titles this year along with some surprising announcements which are beyond game titles. EA Play is going to be held in two different cities, one in London and another in Los Angeles where the Electronic Entertainment Expo will be underway.Andrew Wilson, CEO of EA will be there at Los Angeles while Peter Moore will hold stage in UK.
Once the US event is done, the game publisher will commence the Battlefield 1 livestream where 64 players including popular youtubers and twitch streamers will have the chance to play the World War I title for the first time. Limited edition Titanfall 2 posters will be handed out for those who are lucky enough to be at the venue to watch the show live. Another booth is dedicated to making dog tags. The ones selected will be approved and added in the Battlefield 1 game when it gets launched.