With E3 beginning later this week, the team got together to pen down their hopes, wants and needs from each publisher.
Kicking things off is EA, the first publisher out of the gate at their EA Play event on Sunday, the 10th of June. You can find every single press conference time and date HERE.
I’m honestly not sure what to expect from EA this year. Last year I was incredibly hyped for Battlefront 2 and feel like that delivered. I’m not a huge Battlefield fan, but feel more excited for Battlefield V knowing all post-release content will be free. I probably play more FIFA than any other game, so I’m keen to see both the PS4 versions as well as the Nintendo Switch versions of the game. I also think that EA need to tease their next Star Wars game. We’re half the way through their licensing agreement and we’ve only had two Battlefront games, which most people would argue didn’t reach the heights of the originals. I also think that EA will publish a few more originals games, especially with the success of A Way Out earlier this year.