Set High Expectations and Don’t Forget to Watch EA Play Today

Electronic Arts’ annual showcase (this year in digital form), EA Play 2020, will start today, June 18, at 4 PM PT or for some parts of the world, June 19. For more accurate start time in your zone, check out the world clock data. A somewhat promised scenario by owing to meet player’s expectations, this year’s EA Play is expected to be astonishing.

It’s not only the AAA titles and franchises that excite us in general but also the partnership with Valve, who has deemed a lot of success in this past period. Recently EA has brought the whole Battlefield Collection to Steam, including Mass Effect, and it doesn’t plan to stop there.

Furthermore, EA Access may be a hot topic on today’s broadcast, due to its arrival on Steam. It seems that EA has everything ready for the subscription service to go live on Steam, but it never did so far. Maybe it was just waiting for EA Play to announce its arrival officially.

Not to forget, Apex Legends, Origin’s most popular Battle Royale game developed by Respawn Entertainment may also break inside Steam’s repository after today’s event.

But, where to watch EA Play 2020?

Well, as usual, the footage will be transmitted on the official EA channels on Twitch and YouTube. Set high expectations for today’s event, as EA has proven to be a perfect master of ceremony.

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