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US: EA PLAY 2018 Will Take Place June 9th – June 11th

EA will be once again returning to Los Angeles in June to kick off their EA PLAY event. The event which will allow gamers to play the latest forthcoming games from the big publisher will take place from June 9th – June 11th. Here’s the details:

  • Where: Hollywood Palladium
  • When: June 9-11, 2018
  • Time: Saturday 2pm – 8pm; Sunday & Monday 10am – 8pm

“At the core of EA PLAY is you – our players and communities. EA PLAY is a place to connect with our games and each other, whether you’re joining us in person, online or through your favorite content creators and community leaders. It’s all about giving you early access to our games, listening to your feedback, and most importantly, having fun with some of the biggest games in the world.

And best of all, tickets are free.

The annual three-day event will include more hands-on experiences at the Palladium for players attending the event, while some of the biggest global community creators in the world will be sharing early game footage and live streams directly from the show floor for players viewing from home. We’ll also have a rich online content program via EA.com with breaking news, stories, live content and more to take you deep inside your favorite games.

What games, you ask? At EA PLAY 2018, you will have a chance to play our next Battlefield™ experience, new EA SPORTS™ games, and get an inside look at the stunning new action game, Anthem™. The Sims™ 4 and our mobile games will be on hand, and of course, we have a few surprises as well.

If you are able to make it to Hollywood, we have a lot in store for you: hundreds of game stations, awesome game demos, lots of experiences for attendees and families, including music, art, food and entertainment for everyone.

Tickets will be available this Spring – and in taking your feedback from last year’s event, we’ll be introducing a new system to give you better hands on access to your favorite games. So stay tuned over the coming weeks and months to learn more about EA PLAY 2018, including ticket availability, entertainment, program schedule and more.”

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9 comments

  1. Almost certain to have nothing for Switch so I won’t bother watching. I tuned in last year to see the extent of their support for the Switch as it was the first E3 for the console and there was nothing. What I did see was toe-curlingly bad and very tedious.

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