EA Play is going digital to keep the gaming news flowing, and we're only hours away from getting to see if an all-time classic will be featured or not!
Keep reading for all the details.
EA has an unannounced sports title
In a recent financial report, EA covered their coming schedule of releases.
They mention in small print “We expect to announce additional title releases in FY21 over the coming months, including an unannounced EA SPORTS title, an additional EA HD title, four EA Partners titles and two mobile soft-launches.”
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This has a lot of fans excited and speculating what the title could be. As the game is unannounced, it is likely to be a sport not currently covered rather than an annual update.
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There have been rumors about the return of the boxing franchise for a few months now. Eddie Hearn, the legendary boxing promoter, has been pushing talks for it with EA Sports after being constantly asked about it by fans.
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With boxing flying high from huge fights like Wilder v Fury II, as well as the success of YouTube boxing - it would be surprising to see EA miss the opportunity.
EA Play 2020 would be the perfect environment for an announcement, and it would time the game well to be released early in 2021 on the next-gen consoles. The power of the PS5 and Xbox Series X would take the graphics to another level.
How to watch EA Play
EA Play will start at 4pm PT / 7pm ET on Thursday 18 June. That's 12am BST on 19 June for fans in the UK.
You can watch on EA.com and almost certainly on their official social media channels too.
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