EA Play Live is set for July 22, and it seems like the publisher is planning a big show. In an update on the official EA website, it’s been confirmed that EA Play Live is going to be around 40 minutes long, and will be preceded by five different broadcasts throughout the month, leading up to the main show, with each panel focusing on different games and discussions with their developers.
And what about the main show itself? EA confirms that Battlefield 2042, Lost in Random, and Apex Legends are going to be featured, as well as “a couple other games to highlight.” It’s been previously confirmed that Battlefield 2042’s DICE LA-developed multiplayer experience is going to be unveiled at EA Play Live, with reports suggesting that the mode, allegedly called “Battlefield Hub”, will remake and bring back classic series maps and weapons.
Rumours of late have also been strongly suggesting that a Dead Space remake developed by EA Motive is going to be unveiled at the show. As for games that won’t be there, BioWare has confirmed that it’ll have nothing to show for the next Dragon Age or Mass Effect games.