See everything EA announces at E3 from Madden to FIFA to Need for Speed

EA has been pretty consistent in years past at E3.

They usually talk about all their sports franchises quite a bit as well as put a big focus on Need for Speed. This year will be interesting after EA’s announcement of Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 at Xbox’s showcase earlier today as well as some interesting announcements about EA Access on Xbox One. Of course, everyone wants to see more of Star Wars Battlefront and there will surely be some DLC announcements for games like Battlefield.

To see it all, keep it locked right here at Sac City Gamer and sound off in the comments below on what you liked and didn’t like from this and the other E3 conferences of the week.


Mass Effect Andromeda – announcement, trailer
Need for Speed – announcement, new trailer, to be a mash-up of a lot of elements from Need for Speed over the years like the customization of Underground and the world of Carbon to the mechanics and visuals of Rivals. Coming Nov. 3, 2015.
Star Wars: The Old Republic – announcement of Bioware-style story telling adventure “Knights of the Fallen Empire” coming this year, free to all subscribers. Trailer shown.
Unravel – new IP announcement, info. shared and trailer shown
Plants Vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 – more new info., more footage (live gameplay) shown. New 4-player online co-op, split-screen and single player modes announced. Launching in spring 2016, free content updates “long after launch.”

EA Sports titles – new game face features, Ultimate Team, training modes, etc.
NHL 16 – new info. and footage
Rory Mcilroy PGA Tour 16 – new info. and footage
NBA Live 16 – new info. and footage
Madden NFL 16 – new info. and footage
FIFA 16 – new info. and footage, Pele takes the stage to talk about soccer

Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes – Collectible Card Game coming to mobile
Minion’s Paradise – coming to mobile, trailer shown

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst – new trailer and information, the game will be an origins story for Faith. No levels, no loading screens. The game features an open world as you explore, complete missions, do time trials and more. Coming Feb. 23, 2016.
Star Wars Battlefront – new information and footage shown, coming Nov. 17, 2015.

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