E3 week is finally here, and the season started off with Electronic Art’s Play show, a collection of titles coming to market under EA’s banner this calendar year as well as some interesting announcements from the company. This year’s EA Play was quite subdued compared to 2017’s. There were a lot more developers just coming to talk about their games as opposed to focus-your-eyeballs-here marketing runs. The pace was more refined, a little more relaxed, and EA even put in a significant amount of time for discussing Anthem, because that’s something they really need to come out strongly with. We’ve collected the highlights for you, so join us after the jump.