Publishing giant Electronic Arts has confirmed its plans for E3 2019, revealing it won't be hosting a press conference this year.
Writing in a new post on its website, the company confirmed that, while it's 'skipping the press conference this year,' it will still be hosting its usual EA Play event. The event will kick off on June 7, and plays host to 'multiple live streams.' Following this, players can go hands-on with EA's upcoming slate from June 8-9.
No details on specific games have been revealed yet, but you can probably expect something from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, the next FIFA, and perhaps some new Anthem content. This is all just speculation, though.
'We’ll also have content creators streaming live from our Creator’s Cave in the Hollywood Palladium providing gameplay content to our players viewing online. EA.com will be the home for all online EA PLAY content. Players can get behind-the-scenes with our games via exclusive gameplay reveals, developer talks and breaking news,' said EA.