Tickets are free but supply is limited.
Electronic Arts has announced that tickets to its E3-adjacent event EA Play 2017 are now available.
Along with game demos, EA Play 2017 will feature community contests, live music, and hands-on gaming stations. As previously announced, “global community creators” will be able to participate in the EA Game Changers Creators Cave at the show floor, which lets creators capture early game footage and interact with developers.
For those unable to go, EA will host a 90-minute streamed broadcast featuring behind-the-scenes looks at some of the publishers most anticipated games, as well as interviews with developers and gameplay walkthroughs. EA’s annual press conference, which will also be broadcast live, will kick off the event on June 10 at noon PT/3 p.m. ET/8 p.m. UK (5 a.m. AEST on June 11).
Earlier this year, EA announced it will launch a new Need for Speed before the end of March 2018. The publisher also unveiled a trailer for Battlefront II this past weekend Star Wars Celebration. The sequel will release on release on November 17 and include a single-player campaign, which IGN was able to preview. Additionally, Star Wars Battlefront II won’t feature a season pass and offline local co-op will be limited to consoles.
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Source: IGN Video Games