EA streamed its EA Play Live 2021 event today, which revealed a whole host of new games and announcements for eager fans. Along with revealing several upcoming projects, the publisher also posted plenty of trailers and screenshots to help get players excited.
Here we take a look at the biggest announcements from EA Play Live 2021.
Dead Space is coming back
Rumored for several weeks now, EA has confirmed that its horror survival series Dead Space is being revived. From what was shown, this looks like a modernized remake of the original classic that will include enhanced visuals to take advantage of the hardware behind next-gen consoles. According to EA, it will release on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X. However, there’s currently no release date.
Lost in Random is a gothic fairytale adventure
One of the first announcements during the live stream was Lost in Random. This is a gothic fairytale action-adventure game from Swedish developer Zoink. EA revealed a trailer for the title and confirmed that it will launch on September 10.
Knockout City Season 2 is on the way
Following the success of the launch of Knockout City, Velan Studios is now working on a second season of content. This will include a movie-inspired map that constantly changes alongside a series of additional playlists, items, and rewards.
Apex Legends: Emergence is coming soon
Respawn finally confirmed the ongoing rumors that the next major event in Apex Legends is called Emergence. This update will bring a brand new hero known as Seer to the battle royale game. A more in-depth gameplay trailer will arrive on July 26 ahead of the launch of the update on August 3.
Grid Legends is a narrative racer
Now that Codemasters is part of the EA stable, the developer is working on the Grid series with a new entry known as Grid Legends. This story-based racing game will give players the opportunity to race various vehicles, including open-wheeled racers and large trucks. It will debut in 2022.
Battlefield 2042 is getting a creative mode
Finally, EA announced that the upcoming shooter Battlefield 2042 will include a new mode known as Battlefield Portal. This will allow players to remix various modes and playlists with a variety of maps from the new game and older Battlefield titles. It will be available alongside the full game at launch on October 22.
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