The veteran company after FIFA and Battlefield stays out of the summer event season.
Have been tough years for video game events, the global health crisis has not given up and many have had to reinvent themselves, while some dates have been really blurred. It is the case of E3which little by little has been losing some of its main actors, as is the case with PlayStation, who got off the ship in 2019.
Regarding E3, the latest peaks of the pandemic led to it betting again this year on the digital format, while other events, such as GamesCom 2022, will once again host the public. In all this readjustment of video game fairs, appointments and dates, Electronic Arts has confirmed that will cancel its traditional summer EA Play Live.
EA will share news throughout the yearIn statements published by IGN, Electronic Arts has shared its enthusiasm for the format of the event and the way in which they connect with the players, sharing news with their public, however, the company’s plans they don’t seem to fit into a single event this year. Despite the news, EA does not plan to stay off the covers all year.
The company has claimed to be immersed in great projects that will be revealed throughout the year, when they find the right moment for each of them. Among its most recent news, Electronic Arts showed some of the improvements in its long-awaited Dead Space Remake, a title that was presented as one of the great surprises of EA Play Live 2021.
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