After releasing some trailers, EA presented the fans what they wanted, with a few hits on Mass Effect: Andromeda, Battlefield 1, Star Wars and more. Here's how it all unfolded.
Titanfall 2: The EA Play press conference is yet to kick off but news about Titanfall 2 after a demo was accidentally shown when EA published a rehearsal of its E3 show. The game will release on October 28 and the major change is a single player campaign that you'll be able to play offline.
FIFA 17: FIFA is a money spinner and this is the reason why EA was going to announce something new. The company released the FIFA 17 trailer ahead of the conference. The company also showcased a brand new story mode that has you playing as Alex Hunter as he make his way through the English Premier League.
EA has a "new approach" to esports, with three new competitions: challenger events, premier series and EA Major, the professional end of the spectrum. On stage were the final eight best Madden players, who will compete in the first EA Major event on Tuesday.
Mass Effect: Andromeda: Bioware took to the stage to explain about the next Mass Effect game. The pitch was "building on the things you love" about the old series, but with more freedom for gameplay, and all powered by the Frostbite engine. The Q3 will reveal more information and the fans were shown a behind-the-scenes trailer rather than a complete focus on gameplay.