In just a week, we’ll get to witness the latest and greatest to come out of EA’s yearly games showcase — EA Play. EA Play 2019 will be from June 8 – 9, with a livestream happening on June 8 on YouTube and the EA Twitch channel.
The three-hour livestream will feature updates on some of EA’s heavily-anticipated titles, such as Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, as well as updates to their most popular games, such as Battlefield V and Apex Legends.
Here’s a lowdown on the lineup, as well as their timings (complete with conversions to Singapore time):
|Event||Host(s)||Time (June 8 PT)||Time (June 9 GMT +8/SGT)|
|Countdown to EA Play||–||9.15 a.m||12.15 a.m|
|Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order||Greg Miller & Andrea Rene||9.30 a.m||12.30 a.m|
|Apex Legends||Alex “Goldenboy” Mendez||10 a.m||1 a.m|
|Battlefield V||Julia Hardy & Adam Freeman||10.30 a.m||1.30 a.m|
|EA Sports FIFA 20||Alex “Goldenboy” Mendez||11 a.m||2 a.m|
|EA Sports Madden NFL 20||Adam Rank||11.30 a.m||2.30 a.m|
|The Sims 4||Andrea Rene||12 p.m||3 a.m|
Quite the sizeable lineup, considering EA’s notable absence from E3 2019, which happens just a day after EA Play. In any case, more new games is always a good thing, regardless of the platform in which they are revealed at.
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