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EA Play’s E3 Livestream Date Pushed Back

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EA has announced that its scheduled Friday livestreams at its EA Play E3 2019 show have now been pushed back.

EA’s official streams were planned for Friday, June 7 – the plan being to allow the two following days for attendees to get hands-on with the games. Official livestreams will now take place on June 8.

When EA confirmed plans for EA Play E3 2019, EA also surprised people by revealing it will not host a traditional press conference. The company instead promised it will focus on more play and less talk, as the event will be focusing on player communities and games. EA also promised those who can not attend the event will be able to follow through multiple livestreams of all the games present at the show.

One of the most exciting presentations at EA Play will be EA and Respawn Entertainment’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Since the trailer came out last month, fans have been desperate for more details.

Fans will be expecting gameplay footage of the highly anticipated single-player game with third-person combat, Force and lightsaber abilities, as well as more information about the original Star Wars story and lore.

You can watch the official trailer below.

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Steve Carman
Steve's two passions are journalism and gaming and has written for other publications before joining OnlySP. He enjoys playing RPG and Action/Adventure games on PC and consoles.

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