Those of you hoping to get into EA Play during E3 will need to hurry and buy tickets soon, as Electronic Arts opening up pre-registration for tickets this morning. If you’re not already familiar with what EA Play is, this is basically the company’s chance to hype you on what they’ll be showing off during E3 this year, without being buried in all the E3 hype. Right now it has been confirmed that there will be demos of several sports titles, Anthem, and the next Battlefield game. Right now, only two specific tickets are being offered to the public.
- Gameplay ticket – If you pre-register, you will have the chance to book a gameplay session for one game. Gameplay ticket holders will have priority access to EA PLAY.
- Stand-by line – If your favorite game is sold out in advance, you still have a chance to get hands-on by jumping into the stand-by line.
The Stand-By option is likely to be used more by locals in the area as opposed to people traveling to Los Angeles during the event, but word is there won’t be a lot of tickets being sold to the general public as most of them are being reserved for industry reps, celebrities, and press.
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