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EA will reveal six new games at E3

May 19 // Steven Hansen
   @dtoidsteven

Battlefields 5 through 10

E3's rearing it's head, ain't it? Well, it should be better than the last couple of years. I'm hoping for straight videogames with one allowance for a (memorably) bad press conference. Even EA seems to have a lot to show according to this tweet from Geoff Keighley.

"EA World Premiere at E3 coming live to Spike TV on June 9, 1 hour press conference with six new game reveals as part of our E3 All Access."

Exciting. Even once you subtract the free-to-play and mobile games you're still left with, well, maybe one or two potentially interesting things.

What do you guys want to see out of EA? Mirror's Edge 2 was already revealed, so I'm tapped. Who's clamoring for a new Medal of Honor, huh, huh? Wait. Three of them are just going to be Star Wars, huh? Hopefully a new IP sneaks in there?


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