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Electronic Arts announced today that its EA Play event will broadcast on July 22.
This is essentially EA’s E3-without-E3 show. The publisher has been doing its own thing separate from the big trade show in recent years. However, the result is the same: EA hosts an event where it announces games.
This year, it will take place a bit more than a month after E3, which is happening as a digital event from June 12 to June 15.
EA has several big games in the works that we could see at the show, including the next Dragon Age and Battlefield.
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