EA Play Live takes place this Thursday, and will be worth tuning in if you’re interested in Battlefield 2042, EA Sports games, or the rumored Dead Space remake. If you’re interested in Star Wars, Mass Effect, or Dragon Age, you might be disappointed, because the publisher has already confirmed that none of these will appear.
You can now add Skate to the EA Play Live no-show list. However, Skate’s official Twitter account confirmed it. something Skate-related topics will be shown or announced this week, but not on EA Play Live.
“What have we been doing?” the tweet says (Although the Tweet doesn’t have capital letters at the beginning of sentences, because this is a talking skating game, and skaters don’t use capital letters, they’re not cool.) “Well we formed a studio in January, we got a bunch of super talented people to join the family and we’ve been working hard on the new game. Now, we know that a lot of you were hoping to see more of us this week, but still We are not ready for prime time and we will not be part of the EA Play Live program on Thursday. It is still early and we are committed to getting this right, which means it will take some time. “
“Our number one goal is not to screw it up. For you, for us, for rollerblading. However, we are delighted to share something with all of you tomorrow. “
EA Play Live will take place on July 22 at 10 a.m. M. PT / 1 p. M. ET / 6 p. M. BST, or 3 a.m. M. From July 23 in Australia. Tyler has put together all the probable announcements and screenings here.