The next EA Play Live is happening this June, judging by the latest info dump. The list features standard EA games and some already announced ones, but we secretly hope for the comeback of the Fight Night and NBA Live series.
This year’s EA Play Live event is scheduled to take place on June 14 at 11am EDT/8am PDT/4pm BST, judging by the latest leak. What surprises us here is that neither Dragon Age nor Mass Effect is on the list, but they could be featured in the trailer for the new Frostbite engine, where we'll have a (little) sneak-peak into in the future when it comes to EA's next-gen engine.
Here is the alleged list, as always, take it with a grain of salt.
- The Sims 5 (Maxis): Teaser trailer, developer interview; Spring 2022 (PC)
- Apex Legends (Respawn): Season 9 trailer, developer video (PC/PS4/Switch/XB1)
- Knockout City (Velan Studios/EA Originals) Season 1 trailer (PC/PS4/Switch/XB1)
- Frostbite (4th gen) engine trailer; States that all games from that part on in the show are “powered by Frostbite”.
- Miss Universe: The Official Game (Tiburon/Motive): Development diary with early game footage; Spring 2022 (PC/PS4/PS5/XB1/XSX)
- Madden NFL 22 (Tiburon): Gameplay trailer, developer interview; August 2021 (PC/PS4/PS5/XB1/XSX)
- Kaitlyn’s Journey (Heavy Iron Studios/EA Originals) Teaser trailer, full trailer at Xbox E3 2021 Briefing, will be the first EA Originals title run on Frostbite. Episodic release, Episode 1 on November 2 (PC/PS4/PS5/Switch/XB1/XSX)
- FIFA 22 (EA Vancouver): Gameplay trailer, developer interview; October 2021 (PC/PS4/PS5/XB1/XSX)
- Battlefield 6 (DICE) Gameplay trailer, developer interview; November 19, 2021 (PC/PS4/PS5/XB1/XSX)
- Skate (Full Circle) Teaser trailer; “coming when it’s ready” (PC/PS5/XSX)