EA's 2016 E3 Press Conference
New titles to be announced. New contents to be revealed. And most of all, rumors to be proven. With so much news and information on the conference, check out what we have compiled for you to follow!
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The days for lone wolves have come. The single-player campaign mode is confirmed to be included in Titanfall 2, as the fans of the franchise have long requested. In it players will discover the story between one titan whose previous pilot was killed in action, and the rifleman Jack Cooper who was summoned as a replacement for unknown reason. A multiplayer beta was also announced to be available before its launch on 10/28/2016, while the exact date remains uncertain.
Behold the skyfire from above! A new gameplay trailer was presented on the conference showcasing the melee axes, classic firearms, early models of tanks, and even the planes taking down the enormous zeppelin. During the presentation, the developer DICE mentioned that the destruction is “more intuitive” than ever, and the weather is so unpredictable that it requires the players to adjust their tactics in reaction. A 32-vs-32 battle was also held on the conference, and you may see how Battlefield 1 features the multiplayer campaign as below:
Mass Effect: Andromea
Though its release date has been postponed until early 2017, Mass Effect: Andromeda is still one of the top-anticipated games on E3 2016. EA just revealed a new trailer outlining the story of the sequel, and several familiar alien species appeared in that video might draw some of the fans’ attention. Despite that no further details can be assured at present, Bioware has described that the sequel will have “more freedom than we’ve ever given players in a Bioware game.” And that’s something you can count on.
On the conference, EA presented a trailer called “A Look Ahead” featuring the multitude of the developers currently working on Star Wars games and how they are going to shape them up. What’s noticeable is that DICE is working on a new Star Wars Battlefront game, collaborating with Motive Studios, whose boss is the former producer of Assassin’s Creed, Jade Raymond. May the force be with you all!