The Electronic Arts keynote has come and gone, and EA decided to play it safe this year. Releasing new info on several previously announced games, including a more in-depth look at BioWare’s highly anticipated, Anthem.
In addition, we received some Star Wars news, as well as a couple surprising new titles from the publisher, one of which is available now. Hit the jump to check out a run-down of what EA revealed at this year’s E3.
This year’s Nintendo Holiday Experience will set up shop in 17 U.S. malls, giving players the opportunity to play Nintendo 3DS & Switch games from November 11th to December 17th. It will also give My Nintendo members the opportunity to share their QR Code and receive a Platinum Point card that could give them 100, 300, or 500 Platinum Points to spend on digital rewards at the My Nintendo store.
You can hit the jump for a full list of both playable games, and locations that the Holiday Tour will be camping out for the next month.
EA once again hosted their yearly EA Play segment at the Electronic Entertainment Expo this year, and it was, admittedly, a straightforward show with many of my predictions from Analog coming to fruition. Star Wars: Battlefront 2, Need for Speed: Payback, and EA’s many sports franchises took center stage. Though, they weren’t without a few surprises with a couple new IP drops from well known developers.
Hit the jump to check out full coverage from this year’s EA Play, with all the new trailers.