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Game Lovers, Here's EA's Newsworthy Big Reveal at E3 2018 Conference + Official Trailers

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Hello video game lovers, EA revealed new games and details about highly anticipated titles at EA Play on Saturday.

EA is offering up a new subscription service which will give members access to new releases as well as over 100 older EA titles.

“We’re thrilled to be opening up this new way for players to access great games, with the freedom to play what they want, whenever they want,” said EA Chief Executive Officer Andrew Wilson.

The new service is available for $14.99 monthly, or $99.99 per year.

From Battlefield V to BioWare game Anthem, here’s the newsworthy big reveal from the E3 2018 conference:

Anthem will be released on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on February 22nd, 2019.

Battlefield V will let you fight to be the last player standing in a World War II battlefield.The upcoming first person shooter “Battlefield V” will have a battle royale mode for multiplayer.

“‘Unravel Two’ is about the unbreakable bond between friends and how hope and love can make the world around us a better place,” Sahlin said.

'Unravel Two' new make over will feature two Yarny characters, which means that either one player can control both, or two people can play cooperatively. Players can start 'Unravel Two' if they have an EA Access or EA Origin account as it's being released immediately on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One

FIFA 19 Due out September 28, The company also announced a free trial for Xbox, Playstation and PC players.


Madden NFL 19 will bring with it new, more lifelike player animation when it debuts August 10 on PC




Sea of Solitude is shaping up to be a haunting little game when it comes out in early 2019 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.



Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The single-player story game is slated for release in 2019



Respawn Entertainment, developers of “Titanfall,” has the inner scoop:

“We will maintain the stunning visuals, authenticity in the ‘Star Wars’ universe, and focus on bringing a ‘Star Wars’ story to life,” EA’s Patrick Söderlund said. “Importantly, we are shifting the game to be a broader experience that allows for more variety and player agency, leaning into the capabilities of our Frostbite engine and reimagining central elements of the game to give players a ‘Star Wars’ adventure of greater depth and breadth to explore.”

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