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EA Play at E3 2018: Live stream, start time, predictions

With E3 2018 rapidly approaching, press conferences are on the horizon from major game publishers and platform holders. Electronic Arts kicks off the week with its "EA Play" press conference, scheduled for June 9, 2018.

Like recent years, Electronic Arts has formally broken away from the show, instead of hosting its own standalone event at the Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles. The conference sets the stage for some of its biggest yearly announcements, including game reveals, gameplay debuts, and trailers.

EA Play 2018: When and where to watch

The EA Play conference is set for 2 PM ET / 7 PM BST on June 9, through the official stream embedded below. The live broadcast is also accessible on the company's YouTube, Twitch, and Mixer channels. For those unable to watch, timely written coverage can also be found at Windows Central.

Electronic Arts manages several major titles coming to Xbox One – several expected to headline the show. Expect a full gameplay reveal of Second World War shooter, Battlefield V, after its initial unveiling last month. The publisher's promising shared-world action role-playing game, Anthem, will also have a sizeable presence

EA Sports will also take to the stage, debuting annual revisions of FIFA, Madden and other sports franchises. New titles may also be announced, including Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 3, Unravel 2 and a new Dragon Age entry.

What are you looking forward to from Electronic Arts? Let us know your predictions in the comments.

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Matt Brown is Windows Central's Senior Editor, Xbox & PC, at Future. Following over seven years of professional consumer technology and gaming coverage, he’s focused on the world of Microsoft's gaming efforts. You can follow him on Twitter @mattjbrown.

4 Comments
  • Probably the only press conference I’m looking forward to. Since Xbox Pass gives first party games at launch, it would behoove EA to follow along and at least provid one launch title on EA access. Crossplay FIFA with consoles would also be great, given that it’s difficult to find a FUT match on PC sometimes.
  • Hmmm...they did announce something...Origin Premier, which I assume means "Premier" pricing as well.
  • This is the one I'm least interested in. I'll still watch it and hope for surprises.
    EA did surprise me when they first announced Unravel and A way out but generally I'm mostly bored by their conference.
  • Is this being streamed in 4K or only Xbox?