EA Originals has been a major win for Electronic Arts in recent years, so unsurprisingly the company announced three additions at E3.
No release dates were announced, but EA still had plenty of details to share. The first game comes courtesy of Fe developer Zoink Games. Continuing its penchant for charming action-adventure games, the studio is working on a project entitled Lost in Random. In terms of design, the game sounds similar to Fe, but will feature more RPG elements while exploring the theme of chance.
EA then revealed RustHeart, developed by Glowmade. The Iron Giant inspired co-op game will allow players to make a robot that is wholly unique to them. Genre-wise, RustHeart gave off some action-RPG vibes.
Most excitedly, A Way Out developer Hazelight will return with a new, currently untitled project. Not much was revealed about the project, but it will have a co-op focus and will almost certainly feature some Josef Fares madness. Previously, Fares stated that his next title would be “very different” to A Way Out.
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— Electronic Arts (@EA) June 8, 2019