EA is moving ahead with its E3-adjacent event this year as a completely digital showcase. EA Play Live 2020 will take place on June 11 beginning at 7:00 p.m. There’s no schedule for it yet, but EA says the livestream will include world premiers and other news.  

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To be frank, I don’t remember when was the last time I actually played an EA game. And EA always find a way to kill my interest in their upcoming releases in some way. Case in point, when I was finally excited for an EA release (the port of the Burnout Paradise Remaster on the Switch) I found out that EA will be charging $65 for it. For a port of a remaster that I bought for $5 on another platform over a year ago. At $30, this would’ve been fair. But $65? WTF.

I’m anticipating them revealing a port of the Mass Effect Trilogy for the Switch for $80 soon.