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EA details E3 2014 press conference

Electronic Arts has sent over a press release which seems to give a few more details on the titles it'll unveil at this year's E3 conference on Monday, June 9 at 12:00 p.m. PT (3:00 p.m. ET).

According to the press release we'll get our first look at the all-new Battlefield Hardline from Visceral Games, the latest from EA Sports FIFA 15, Madden NFL 15, EA Sports UFC, NHL 15, Dragon Age: Inquisition, The Sims 4 and here's the interesting part, get a behind-the-scenes look on new projects in development from DICE, Criterion, and Waystone Games.

Now we already mentioned that Criterion's project would be on show and we all know that DICE is currently working on Star Wars: Battlefront, while as far as we know, Waystone are working on a MOBA known as Dawngate.

Titles being shown at E3 include (as described by EA):

Battlefield Hardline

A brand new series in the world-renowned Battlefield franchise, Battlefield Hardline expands the Battlefield universe and puts players in the middle of the war on crime and allows fans to live out their fantasy of being a cop or a criminal.

Dragon Age: Inquisition

Dragon Age: Inquisition is the next-generation RPG from BioWare, set in an expansive world that is being torn apart by a massive, mysterious breach in the sky and players must assume the role of the Inquisitor to lead a team of legendary heroes to uncover the truth behind the impending devastation.

Platforms: Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PC
Release Date: October 7, 2014

EA Mobile

See what EA has in store for mobile gamers at the EA Mobile Demo Lounge on the second level of the EA booth with new titles from EA Mobile, Chillingo and PopCap.

Platforms: iPhone, iPad, Android


The next-generation of fighting has been built exclusively for new consoles and brings the action, emotion and intensity inside the Octagon™ to life in ways that were never before possible.

Platforms: Xbox One, PlayStation 4
Release Date: June 17, 2014


FIFA 15 brings football to life in stunning detail so players are center stage allowing them to feel the emotion and intensity of the world's greatest sport.

Platforms: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3
Developer: EA Canada
Release Date: This Fall

Madden NFL 15

Madden NFL 15 allows players to transform into their rival's worst nightmare with a new breed of defense, built to challenge the best offenses in the NFL.

Platforms: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3
Release Date: August 26

NHL 15

NHL 15 is the start of a new generation of hockey video games, where the sights, sounds and feel of the fastest team sport on the planet come to life in a way you've never experienced before.

Platforms: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3
Release Date: Fall 2014


The team from Respawn Entertainment will be showcasing the upcoming June title update for Titanfall that will introduce titan customization, titan burn cards and a new game mode, Marked for Death.

Platforms: Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC
Available now

The Sims 4

Brand new Sims with big personalities give players the power to tell deeper, richer, and weirder, stories than ever before.

Platforms: PC
Release Date: Fall 2014

There are no doubt a few more titles which EA have failed to mention, the new Mirror's Edge being one.

We are looking to find out more in any case.

Edited On 06 Jun, 2014

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Beazi's avatar
Beazi 3 years ago
Disappointed there is no Dead Space 4, but maybe the IP has run it's course. DS3 was great in the ship but the icy planet location lost all the effect. I wanted it to be great by DS2 is by far the best still in the series!
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Beazi 3 years ago
On the spin side Fifa 15... What else are they really going to add to make it breathe taking! Fifa 14 was good, but didn't break any ground. The next gen versions at best just looked a little better without new modes. Sort it out and I'll get the PS4 version!
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SquareSofty 3 years ago
I'm really looking forward to UFC and I'm going to have to wait for Sims 4 to come out of X1.
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Beazi 3 years ago
I didn't like the original UFC games, but EA have a decent engine in the Fight Night engine to make a better start of it. Although bouts in UFC can last 2 minutes, if a bout does you want the feeling you've just done something amazing whereas with the current UFC games (THQ aren't they?) you just feel as if it has finished prematurely with no real effort involved at all
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ShoryukenToTheChin 3 years ago
Really hope Fifa 15 is good, Fifa 14 can be forgiven but this is the second title for the current gen systems so start using the power boost of these consoles to better effect EA!
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Beazi 3 years ago
I would like to see an on disc creation centre rather than the rubbish PC based version. Also better stadium mechanics would be good, a living breathing stadium
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TruDarkAssassin 3 years ago
looking forward to dragon age game play looks really good so far, i would have liked a new dead space as well but they said no more for the time been its a shame great series loved 2 with the eye needle bit
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da_kerr 3 years ago
Have to agree that the lack of Dead Space 4 was a disappointment, but with Visceral working on Battlefield: Hardline, I'm not overly surprised. I would, however, actually like to see them given a chance to make a sequel to Dante's Inferno, I know it was a little bit derivative, but it also had stunning art direction, fantastic voice acting and simple yet addictive gameplay. I am also very pleased to see that Dragon Age: Inquisition is making a showing. After the painful disappointment of Dragon Age 2, I'm very hopeful that they've learned from their mistakes.

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