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‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ and other EA games confirmed to have playable E3 demos

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Publishing giant Electronic arts has revealed the list of titles that will make up their E3 lineup which will be led by Dragon Age: Inquisition and Battlefield Hardline. Not only will EA be featuring six upcoming games during their stage presentations, but every title that will be featured during the publisher’s conference will also have playable demos located on the show floor as CVG reported on June 6.

Not only will Electronic Arts finally officially reveal titles like Battlefield Hardline to the public, bun next week’s E3 event will mark the first time that any of the games will have “hands on” demos available. This means that highly anticipated fan favorites such as Dragon Age: Inquisition and The Sims 4 will be played by people outside of their respective development teams, allowing show goers to share their first impressions of the titles’ gameplay.

The complete roster of games that will make up Electronic Arts’ E3 lineup will include several sports titles in addition to the aforementioned appearances to The Sims 4, Battlefield Hardline, and Dragon Age: Inquisition. Rounding out the publisher’s E3presence will be FIFA 15, EA Sports UFC, and NHL 15. Each one of these games will feature both a stage presentation and a playable demo.

Several of these titles are listed among many fan’s most anticipated upcoming releases. Already revealed through numerous online leaks, Battlefield Hardline moves the series away from the military-based combat of the series’ past and places fans in the middle of a war between crime and order with a new “cops and robbers” themed twist on the franchise. Also making some changes to its parent franchise is Dragon Age: Inquisition which will include a larger game world that will have a much greater emphasis on exploration than fans have seen before.

Electronic Arts’ E3 conference will take place this Monday. Many of the titles will also have their own special presentations in addition to the publisher’s own show. The full E3 Lineup from EA will have fully playable demos available at the show.

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