Watch EA Play Live 2021 Here

Watch EA Play Live 2021 Here

Watch EA Play Live 2021 Here

EA’s Play Live 2021 stream will start at 6 PM BST, giving gamers everywhere a look at what EA has to come over the next year. This year, EA has removed its Play Live event from E3 2021, allowing them to take the spotlight following the announcements from other publishers. 

Right now, little is known about what EA will showcase at their Play Live event, though uncut gameplay for Battlefield 2142 and new Apex Legends content is expected. Outside of that, very little is known. 

Bioware has confirmed that they will not be showcasing any new Mass Effect or Dragon Age content at EA Play Live, a fact that will surely disappoint fans of both franchises. EA has also confirmed that they will not be revealing any new Star Wars titles at the event. 

Rumour has it that a Dead Space reboot may be in the works, be it in the form of a remake/remaster or an entirely new Dead Space experience. It is also likely that EA will showcase their latest Need for Speed game and a long list of EA Sports titles. 

Following EA’s acquisition of Codemasters, it is likely that some of Codemasters’ franchises will be showcased at E3, though it remains to be seen what exactly will be shown. 

You can watch EA Play Live below. 

    EA Play Live is about making games the unwavering focus, with new gameplay reveals, a few giveaways and other surprises. Lifelong gamer and WWE superstar Austin Creed will host the event and keep things moving right along. EA Play Live starts with a short pre-show that serves as a recap of sorts, before the main show brings the real excitement, focusing on games that are coming out soon rather than in the all-to-distant future. The show is fast-paced and features what’s next for games like Battlefield 2042 and Apex Legends. You’ll also see the first gameplay for Lost in Random featuring explosive dice battles. We have a couple other games to highlight as well, but for those, you’ll just have to watch and see.   


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