EA Play Live, the developer’s summer showcase, will return this year on July 22.

While EA hasn’t formally announced plans for the show, it feels likely to be an all-digital event in the vein of E3 2021 and Gamescom 2021.

Usually timed around E3, this year’s EA Play Live comes more than a month later than gaming’s biggest showcase. We can likely expect announcements for EA Sports’ flagship series like FIFA and Madden, and perhaps new looks at previously announced games like Dragon Age 4 or Skate 4. Of course, there will likely be some brand new announcements spinkled in there too.

EA has also recently completed some major acquisitions, picking up racing expert Codemasters and Super Mega Baseball developer Metalhead, so we could see what’s to come from the new studios too.

Last year’s EA Play Live saw teasers for Dragon Age 4 and Battlefield 6, the announcement of Skate 4, a gameplay reveal for Star Wars Squadrons, and the announcement of It Takes Two, among other things.

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