E3 is a wonderful thing. It’s where developers show off what they’ve been pouring their bodily fluids into for the last few years, where companies show off the stuff they hope you’ll want to see, and where intensely nervous people try not to do or say anything that’ll land them in the E3 hall of shame. Ah, good times.
Similar to last year, E3 2017 officially got underway with the EA Play press conference. The presser included stuff you’d expect from EA, like far too many sports games, as well as other things you probably didn’t.