EA Will Reportedly Reveal a Fan-Favorite Series Revival at EA Play Live in July


EA will reportedly announce the revival of a fan-favorite series at the upcoming EA Play Live event.

GamesBeat’s Jeff Grubb first teased that EA Motive was working on an “established IP”, which Eurogamer has now corroborated. In a subsequent stream, Grubb said the game would be revealed on July 22 at EA Play Live.


Naturally, speculation has already begun as to what the franchise in question could be, with many latching onto Grubb saying, “We’re going to see it… if we’re not dead first.” Many have taken this to mean the revival will be the long-dormant Dead Space, although Grubb has also playfully teased fans’ guesses on Twitter.

Mooted developer EA Motive released Star Wars Squadrons, its first major game developed in-house, last year, and subsequently confirmed that its next project was “something pretty special,” and wouldn’t be a Star Wars game. Motive currently has several projects in the works, but has never announced what any of them are.

Whatever it turns out to be, if a revival does happen, it would mark something of a pattern for EA, after it finally announced that it would begin work on a new Skate game at last year’s EA Play Live event after years of fan requests. New studio EA Full Circle said that, “The fans wished Skate back into existence” – and many will be hoping they can repeat the trick for another series this year.


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