Electronic Arts, the publisher behind the tentatively-titled "Mirror's Edge 2" and "Star Wars Battlefront 3," has revealed its software lineup for E3 2014. According to a report from Gamepur on June 6, the company confirmed a mixture of announced and unannounced games. The list includes "Battlefield: Hardline," "Dragon Age: Inquisition," "EA Sports UFC," "FIFA 15," "NHL 15" and "The Sims 4."
The publisher is also preparing to show off other unannounced titles such as the aforementioned "Mirror's Edge 2" and "Star Wars Battlefront 3." Both titles are in development at Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment, the development team behind "Battlefield 4" and the Frostbite 3 graphics engine that will be powering the two aforesaid games as well as several other software products from Electronic Arts. Both projects were confirmed to be in development at E3 2013.
The other new reveal includes a game from Criterion Games, the studio behind the "Burnout" and "Need for Speed" series. Another project from Waystone Games, the development team responsible for "Dawngate," is also being showcased. Finally, Respawn Entertainment is appearing on stage to talk more about the latest patch for "Titanfall." The new title update is going to add the Marked for Death game mode as well as burn codes and customization options for titans.
Electronic Arts will be holding a press conference at 12 p.m. PST on June 9. It is the second of four major media briefings, following the one held by Microsoft Studios. The publisher may also show up during Sony Computer Entertainment's press conference to possibly announce a partnership for "Battlefield: Hardline," which is getting a multiplayer beta for the PS4.
"Mirror's Edge 2" and "Star Wars Battlefront 3" currently do not have official release windows. However, both projects appear to still be in early development stages based on the short concept videos that were shown last year. Electronic Arts may by providing some in-game footage for the two at E3 2014. An image featuring the new "Mirror's Edge" title from the publisher's Facebook site can be seen near the top of this article.