In EA Play Live, the game’s publisher spent about an hour detailing the future of the major franchises. And while much of the news was expected, a few surprises came across – including far too short a temptation to return to a horror favorite. If you forgot the show, here are the most significant things EA revealed.
The best was last saved by a quick temptation from a remake of the original original Empty space, which promises to update the modern hardware survival horror classic. Not much is going on yet – it doesn’t even have a release date – but a new version Empty space launches on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X.
One of the biggest surprises was the revelation Battlefield Portal, space Battlefield 2042 built around user-generated content. The status shows all seven maps of the base station 2042 game as well as six classic maps Battlefield headlines that can then be shuffled by editing modes, settings, and weapons, soldiers, and other content from multiple eras Battlefield games: 2042, 1942, Bad Company 2and BF3. There’s even a logic editor (although EA says you can’t edit maps), and user creations can then be loaded so others can play them too. The portal launches side by side 2042 October 22.
Beautiful new Apex legend cinematic
Developer Respawn previously teased the following Apex legend character, Seer, but now we have a really good look at him thanks to this great movie that has got me Tip animated movie. You can learn more about how he really plays when the first game trailer falls on July 26th. Seer is part of the game’s next big update, called Emergence, which launches on August 3rd. And for esports fans, second season Apex legend The Pro League is scheduled to start in September and has a prize pool of $ 5 million.
Knockout City a new season is coming
Multiplayer Dodgeball game Knockout City is getting a big update when the film’s inspired second season called “Fight at the Movies” begins on July 27th. In particular, the update adds a new map that runs through a wide selection of faux-Hollywood series and is described by the developer as “ever-changing movie-inspired arenas”.
The legend of the grid brings the story to the competition
Codemasters is now under the umbrella of EA, and the studio’s next release seems to combine cinematic storytelling with realistic competition. The legend of the grid includes a story mode with real Actors – including Sex education star Ncuti Gatwa – and movies filmed on XR, much like Mandalorian, to tell what it looks like a classic sporting event. Players can also create custom races that mix vehicle types; so you can make an open wheel racing car stand up against the truck if you want. The game is scheduled to launch in 2022.