Electronic Arts announced via Twitter on Monday that their EA Play Live event is going 100% digital in 2020, due to E3’s cancellation amid the COVID-19 pandemic.


EA hasn’t attended E3 in an “official” capacity since 2015, instead opting to hold EA Play Live, a series of live streams and announcements of what the company and its developers are working on. Held normally the weekend before E3 starts, the 2020 event will be broadcast on Thursday, June 11th.

The tweet doesn’t hold much information, neither does EA’s Play Live website. “World premieres, news, and more” are noted in the tweet, but it’s likely we’ll see what DICE is working on, as well as Respawn, and perhaps even something in the Sims Universe.

What are you looking forward to seeing? Holding out for Dragon Age? Let us know!

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Mom, Army wife, talkative introvert and retail veteran are the best adjectives to describe this Midwestern native. Amanda has been playing games since Tomb Raider back in the ’90s. Fast forward 20-some-odd years, you’ll find her with a little less time on her hands, but she’ll still play anything with a great story and memorable characters. (Bonus points if there’s a female protagonist involved!) In her free time you’ll find her playing tabletop RPG’s with friends, and hanging out with her husband Adam, son Will, and Boykin Spaniel/Corgi/Blue Heeler mix Arya Bark!