Weren't able to catch EA Play Live 2020 earlier today? No worries! You can always go back and watch the on-demand version for yourself, complete with a rundown of announcements over at our live blog. If you don't fancy watching it all the way through, we've also detailed all the important reveals in this article.
The following list is everything EA either highlighted or announced during the stream, complete with links to some stories we've covered in more depth:
- Apex Legends is getting cross-play and a limited-time event next week
- Various EA games (including future new releases) are coming to Steam
- It Takes Two from A Way Out developer Hazelight Studios releases in 2021
- Lost in Random "embraces randomness" in 2021
- Rocket Arena brings rocket-only 3v3 battles to Xbox One in July
- First look at Star Wars: Squadrons gameplay
- FIFA 21 launches for Xbox One this October, includes free Series X upgrade
- First look at the next Need for Speed on next-gen
- Possible first look at Dragon Age 4 on next-gen
- First look at the next Battlefield on next-gen
- First look at a "highly ambitious new game" from Motive Studios
- After 10 long years, Skate 4 is finally on the way
Did you watch EA Play Live 2020? What was your favourite reveal? Let us know below.