With Microsoft’s E3 2014 press conference in the books and Ubisoft just kicking off, you may be wondering how to watch EA E3 2014 press conference live stream. We’ve got the live stream embedded below for your online viewing pleasure. And yes, there are plenty of reasons to tune in.
Electronic Arts hasn’t divulged everything it’ll be showing in its E3 media briefing, but we do know some of the games on tap. When you tune in below at 12pm PST, EA has promised to “unlock new gaming experiences with Battlefield Hardline and the latest from EA SPORTS FIFA, Madden NFL 15, NHL 15, Dragon Age: Inquisition, The Sims 4 and more.”
It wouldn’t be surprising to see another Need for Speed announcement from EA this afternoon, nor would we be surprised to see a Star Wars game announcement. Considering the 2015 release of Star Wars Episode 7, in fact, not seeing a Star Wars game unveiled at E3 this year would be a tad surprising.
Disney owns the rights to the Star Wars license but has passed on most internal development opportunities not named “Disney Infinity.” Considering EA’s history with the Star Wars license, seeing something come out of the EA E3 2014 press conference isn’t a far-fetched idea.
The streaming tool above comes courtesy of Twitch.tv, so when you watch EA E3 2014 press conference live stream please pardon any technical glitches or commentary that may arise. The EA press briefing is scheduled to kick off at 12pm PST, but it’ll likely get underway closer to 12:15 or 12:30. Since the Sony PlayStation press conference doesn’t get underway until much later this afternoon, EA can afford to keep people waiting.
Personally, I’m most interested to learn more about Dragon Age: Inquisition and see some extended gameplay sequences. If something in particular interests you, either games you see or games you want to see, sound off in the comments below.