EA is bringing us is annual E3-timed press conference, EA Play Live, as game developers and publishers continue to navigate a summer without E3 or coliseums full of excited fans.
During the hourlong digital event, EA highlighted upcoming events for its current games like Apex Legends, as well as new, independent titles, and updates to some of its biggest sports franchises.
One of the biggest pieces of news was already revealed earlier this month: Many EA titles are making their way to Steam for PC, including Dead Space 3, Apex Legends, The Sims 4, Burnout Paradise Remastered, the Dragon Age franchise and more.
We also saw an extensive look of Motive’s Star Wars flight simulator, Star Wars: Squadrons, which takes place a few years after Return of the Jedi. The game asks players to create two pilots — one Empire and one Rebel — and see the story from two sides.