EA Games was the first company to kick off their press conference at this year’s E3 2016 focusing on their blockbuster titles such as Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 plus showcasing some new titles. Here’s what you missed:

Battlefield 1

EA revealed a new trailer for Battlefield 1 showcasing more in-game footage with massive destruction scale and incredible dog fights in the air.

Titanfall 2

Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall is back with a sequel with a world reveal of two brand new trailers. It’s also revealed that Titanfall 2 will be receiving a offline single-player campaign and will be arriving on October 28th, 2016. Check them out:


A new year and a new addition to the FIFA franchise but this will be the first time the series will feature an actual story mode campaign. Called Journey Mode, players will follow the story of a character named Alex Hunter as he makes his way up the English Premier League.

EA Originals and Fe

EA introduced EA Originals alongside a new title by Zoink Games joining the line-up of small developers. The new game called Fe.

“At its heart, Fe is a personal narrative about our relationship with nature, the land, and its beings. It’s a wordless celebration of our longing to be one with world around us. It’s a story that reminds us that everything in this world is connected, living in a delicate balance that is constantly under threat. It’s a game full of discovery, conflict, and relationships.”

You can check out the trailer below:

Mass Effect Andromeda

We’re expecting a much bigger showing with Mass Effect Andromeda at E3 2016 but like last year, we barely saw anything in terms of actual gameplay which was disappointing. Here’s the developer diary however which features some snippets of the game. Enjoy.

EA Star Wars

EA has a bunch of Star Wars titles on the horizon and this video showcases the range of studios working on the upcoming games.


EA had some big showings this year with their shooters but nothing that really stood out. Titles like Mass Effect Andromeda was missing as well which could have knocked it out of the park due to the sheer amoung of people just waiting to play the game. Overall, not a bad on conference which will satify thoose that enjoy shooters and FIFA but other than that, we were expecting more.