EA Announces Three New Games From Smaller Studios

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At EA Play 2019 the large publisher revealed three new games that they are releasing under their EA Originals label. The three games are being developed by smaller studios. A Way Out developers Hazelight, Zoink! developers of Fe and Glowmade are all making games for EA Originals.


In a video released today, EA showcased some of the games, including Rustheart, developed by mobile game developer Glowmade. This will be an action-RPG starring a young boy and his giant robot. Glowmade CEO Johnny Hopper referenced the animated film The Iron Giant as a direct inspiration. The game, according to USgamer, will allow players to fully customize their robot buddy.

The other two games didn’t have as many details revealed at the event.

Lost In Random, is being developed by Zoink! and will be an action fantasy game set in a dark world. Hazelight’s new EA published game doesn’t have a name yet and it seems no other details were shared about it.


No specific platforms or release dates were announced at the event for any of the games.

Kotaku Weekend Editor | Zack Zwiezen is a writer living in Kansas. He has written for GameCritics, USgamer, Kill Screen & Entertainment Fuse.

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Mired In Mediocrity

Yall love this “robot sidekick” thing, huh? Man, I’m seeing it Eh.ver.ee.where. This new game, the new Jedi game, the new Division. Hell, even the current top comments reference robot sidekicks. First time I noticed the trend was when BB8 showed up in The Force Awakens. Ever since then, I’ve been noticing it pop up in games quite a bit.