screenrant.com EA Play Live Spotlight: July Dates & EA Showcases Announced
In the weeks leading up to EA Play Live on July 22, publisher Electronic Arts will host four separate EA Play Live Spotlight events - panels revolving around various topics. The company's E3-style showcase seems a hotly-anticipated affair, though very little about the digital event is publicly known.
Of course, the usual suspects will undoubtedly make an appearance, the likes of EA Sports titles such as FIFA and Madden NFL included. BioWare fans remain hopeful that Dragon Age's next entry may take center stage, too. And a few EA Originals could receive a fair bit of the spotlight, as well. Battlefield 2042 counts as one game that will most certainly get an extensive look during the showcase, given that EA and DICE previously confirmed plans share details regarding the shooter's mystery game mode. The main show isn't the only event on Electronic Arts' docket, though.SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
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Ahead of EA Play Live, four separate broadcasts will air in the form of EA Play Live Spotlight. According to EA, these panel-like Spotlights should further connect players to their favorite games. The first Spotlight, The Future of First-Person Shooters, will premiere on July 8 at 10:00 AM PT. EA <3s Independent Studios constitutes the second panel, which goes live on July 13 at 10:00 AM PT. Madden fans can tune in on July 19 at 4:00 PM PT to catch Madden NFL 22 All-Access: Scouting - How the Community is Shaping Madden NFL 22. Information on the fourth and final Spotlight remains scant, but those who join the fun on July 20 at 10:00 AM PT can expect to see the publisher highlight a new installment in a "long-running EA Sports franchise."
Those who regularly find themselves invested in EA-owned properties should have something to look forward to during EA Play Live Spotlight. But, of course, the most interesting of the listed Spotlights is the mystery EA Sports panel. FIFA seems the most obvious answer here, yet the publisher could revisit its beleaguered NBA Live franchise, as well.
The long-awaited return of EA Sports' Fight Night serves as another possibility, especially on the heels of claims that EA was "looking at" bringing the series back as of early 2020. Whatever the publisher has up its sleeve will come to light soon enough, though.
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