E3 2017: Here's all of EA's E3 reveal trailers in one place

EA E3 2017 announcements and trailers

The event, the second to be held by EA after deciding to not have a display at the E3 trade show, kicked off with a live show that was widely streamed and began with the entrance of a drum line all wearing Tom Brady Patriots jerseys.

At long last, after an age shrouded in mystery, we got a closer look at BioWare's new multiplayer-focused IP - Anthem. More information is being revealed at today's Microsoft Conference.

Like another prominent sports simulation title (cough - National Basketball Association 2k - cough), EA Sports is bringing story to this year's Madden 18 and shows players what to expect with its "Longshot" trailer.

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A September release for Battlefield 1's In the Name of the Tsar expansion was the most prominent in EA's bundle of Battlefield 1 announcements, but a steady trickle of maps this summer-including two nighttime-themed settings-are also on the way. Along the way, EA will release two additional maps this summer, one in June and one in July.

NBA Live took past year off, but it's back, and with the single-player RPG mode that is becoming a bigger staple of EA's sports franchises. Infused with cinematic mayhem, Need for Speed: Payback seems to offer a lot more than your typical racing game.

Here's everything you need to know. Offering a co-op storyline, A Way Out is a tale of two men who embark upon personal missions that require breaking out of prison. Apparently, your character's ability to get into the National Football League will be determined by choices made by the player. It's the next game from BioWare, who will hope to bounce back from Andromeda's controversies.

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EA is serious about Basketball again with NBA Live 18.

We get a handful of new details for NBA Live 18. So much, in fact, you nearly could miss some of the better announcements as they tried to squeeze a ton into the first hour of the show around all of their sports titles and Star Wars Battlefront II. It's bigger and better than the first in every way, with three times the content, a single-player story mode, battles sprawling across all three eras and free characters arriving later this year.

In his opening remarks, Andrew Wilson, EA's CEO, talked about the importance of fan feedback to the process of creating and improving games.

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