Battlefield V, developed by DICE, already had its own launch event but EA dropped another bombshell regarding the upcoming title of the popular franchise at E3.
First, we got a new gameplay trailer for the game. In this presentation, two of the four players were both playing as Colossus class Javelins, but it was clear through their customizations that they weren't just playing the same character.
The idea of adding a competitive multiplayer mode onto an otherwise strictly cooperative game also isn't unheard of.
And there you have it, everything we learned from EA's E3 2018 press conference.
After this, EA announced a new Cloud service which enables gamers to play their "favorite titles" across a wide variety of platforms. This is a shared world RPG where players can don powered armoured suits and play cooperative missions. "Set to be BioWare's rival to Destiny, Anthem is set in a future where humanity lives in cities that are protected by freelancers who wear suits known as "Javelin" mech suits".
In Anthem, up to four players can explore and battle together. More so when you consider that EA doesn't really have any big games slated for that time of the year.
Battlefield 5 When EA and DICE revealed the next Battlefield game to the world, the community reacted strongly: The game's return to World War II looked exciting, but some fans took issue with what they saw as historical inaccuracies.
One of the most charming and sweet characters and settings in games is back, as Yarny the little creature made of string returns.
Quake Champions hypes the game at the Bethesda E3 2018 Showcase by announcing a free to play week for everyone. BioWare has traditionally specialized in single-player RPGs like Mass Effect and Dragon Age, so an online-first experience is a departure - but the company is promising to focus on story-drive content. That's right, it is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. You can play the story mode solo, but this game is multiplayer driven and encourages you in Monster Hunter way to team up with friends to take on challenges. It's called Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, and it's coming in late 2019.
So outside of the release date, what else do we know?
EA's Live Show might not be open to the public, but it's hosting a Player Fan Fest at the Hollywood Palladium on June 9-11.