Electronic Arts' E3 press conference at EA Play has concluded. It brought with a lot of news about games we already knew about, like Star Wars: Battlefront II, Need for Speed: Payback, and the latest sports games, but it also had some surprises in store--even if they were leaked shortly beforehand.
There was a lot to take in, so we've rounded up all of the announcements from the briefing. Below, you'll find all of our coverage of the EA event, and you can also check out our EA press conference liveblog if you want to re-experience it. For our complete coverage, head to GameSpot's E3 hub for all of our news, videos, and impressions.
BioWare's New IP
BioWare's New IP Revealed As Anthem With First Teaser Trailer--BioWare has unveiled its new IP from the Knights of the Old Republic studio with a brief video.
Star Wars Battlefront II
Star Wars: Battlefront 2's DLC Maps, Modes, And Characters Are Free--There won't be a season pass for this year's Star Wars sci-fi shooter.
A Way Out
EA Reveals A Way Out, New Co-Op Action Game From Brothers Dev--Co-op only adventure from Brothers creators makes its debut EA's E3 2017 press conference
Need for Speed: Payback
Watch Need For Speed: Payback's Fast And Furious-Style Gameplay Demo--The comparisons to Fast and the Furious only become more apparent as EA showcases the new Need for Speed in action.
New Battlefield 1 Maps Coming Soon, Including Those Set At Night--New maps and regular content updates gearing up for Battlefield 1's next expansion in September.
FIFA 18 Continues To Strive For Realism, But At A Cost--Why EA's obsession with photo-realism isn't helping matters on the pitch.
FIFA 18 Spotlights Real And Fictional Stars At EA Play 2017--The journey continues as Alex Hunter's story from FIFA 17 resumes.
Madden NFL 18
Madden 18 Trailer Reveals "Longshot" Story Mode Featuring House Of Cards Actor--EA Sports announces a story mode for this year's professional football game.
NBA Live 18
NBA Live 18 First Trailer Revealed, Demo Coming In August--EA provides our first good look at its revived NBA simulation series and explains how it will compete with NBA 2K18.
Free EA/Origin Access
EA/Origin Access Free Week Starts Now--Xbox One and PC players have access to a vault of freebies now, while PS4 users are getting free trials.
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