# E317: All the news from EA Play at E3 2017

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We continue to review the news of the E3 2017, the world’s leading trade fair for electronic entertainment. We stop at EA Play, the conference of Electronic arts. One of the most popular video game production companies, which has presented trailers and gameplays of titles as well known and desired as FIFA 18, Star Wars Battlefront 2 or Need for speed.

Let’s see all these news.

NBA Live 18

One of the franchise games of Electronic arts. The EA Play has revealed that a free demo will arrive in August for PS4 Y Xbox One. It developed, like the FIFA 17 Y Battlefield 1, with the motor Frostbite, so the quality is assured.

Star Wars Battlefront 2

It is confirmed for Star Wars Battlefront 2 one of the most demanded claims by players. Will have a historical mode. The campaign will be set after the events of Star Wars VI Return of the Jedi. Of course, the multiplayer mode will not be lacking. Which includes characters and vehicles from the entire galactic saga, from the Episode I until The Force Awakens.

Anthem

A science fiction game that will arrive in spring 2018. It has only been confirmed for Xbox One.

Need for Speed ​​Payback

The new installment of NFS takes us to Fortune valley, a fictional city that is a recreation of Las Vegas dominated by a criminal organization. Lots of tests and three pilots with different styles and skills to fight organized crime.

Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar

In the Name of the Tsar, that’s the name of the next content expansion of Battlefield 1. For sale in September. With that name there is no room for doubt. The game moves to the russian front World War I, and includes a total of six maps. Night battles, new units and vehicles for this expansion packed with new multiplayer content.

FIFA 18

Does anyone not know the FIFA? Well that, a new installment of the sports simulator that arrives each new season.

A way out

The new cooperative adventure from the creators of Brothers: A Tale of Two Son. A game from a small study surrounded by Electronic arts.

Via | EA