American publisher and developer Electronic Arts at the request of the portal IGN commented on the recent rumors about an online presentation of EA Play Live this year.
Recall that in late February VentureBeat journalist Jeff Grubb in a podcast GamesBeat decides mentioned that Electronic Arts does not intend to hold its annual show next summer.
As it turns out, this is indeed the case. According to a spokesman for Electronic Arts, the company loves EA Play Live, but “This year we can’t show you everything in one day”.
“There’s a lot going on at our world-class studios, and we’ll be unveiling these projects at the appropriate time for each of them throughout the year.”reads a statement from Electronic Arts.
Currently, Electronic Arts-owned studios are working on the new Dragon Age and Mass Effect (BioWare), the next Skate (Full Circle), the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (Respawn), and the remake of Dead Space (EA Motive).