What you need to know
- EA was planning to hold EA Play Live, a digital showcase, on June 11.
- EA Play Live has been delayed until June 18.
- This move is intended to show support for the ongoing protests against police brutality.
Earlier this year, EA announced EA Play Live, an all-digital showcase of announcements, including new games. EA Play Live was set for June 11 at 4 p.m. PST. Due to the ongoing protests against racial inequality and police brutality, EA announced today that the showcase is being delayed. EA Play Live will not begin on June 18 at 4 p.m. PST.
While there are no specifics known regarding what'll be featured at the event, it's possible we might finally see the Star Wars: Maverick game that leaked earlier this year.
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