Third-party video game giant Electronic Arts – known for brands like Battlefield, Need for Speed and FIFA – has announced that it will be skipping its regular ‘EA Play Live’ event. year this year.
In a statement provided to IGN, an EA representative said the company will reveal its next projects when “the time is right”:
“We love EA Play Live because it’s our way of connecting with players and sharing what’s new with you all. However, this year things don’t arrange to show you everything on one day We have interesting things happening in our world -class studio and this year we will reveal more about these projects when the time is right for each project. to spend time with you throughout the year!”
EA originally started the ‘Live Stream’ format in 2016 and when the pandemic hit, it was turned into a stream with a bunch of spotlight events. Last year’s streamed games included games like GRID, Apex Legends, Lost in Random, Battlefield, and even Deadspace.
If we hear any developments, we’ll be sure to let you know.
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