Electronic Arts has confirmed that it will not host EA playing live showcase – neither physically neither numerically – later this year during the traditional e3 delay in June. In a statement addressed to IGN, the publisher explains that it is because the projects he currently on the books “do not tail you to show you in a single date”. Instead, EA will share more information about his next games “when the time comes for each of them” throughout 2022.

These titles include Dragon Age 4, Dead Space remake, a Star Wars Jedi Suite: Fallen Order and its usual range of sports games.

EA Play Live June 2020

The full statement reads as follows: “We love Ea Play Live because it’s our way of connecting with our players and sharing new products with you all. However, this year, things do not align everything in a single date. We have what is happening in our world-class studios and this year, we will tell you a lot more about these projects when the time comes for each of them. We look forward to spending time with you throughout the year! »

This is another blow for the usual list of conferences and announcements around the Electronic Entertainment Expo, which it is not even confirmed yet that it really takes place digitally this year. We already know that it is not planned to host the show in person, and an online event has not yet been announced to take its place.