Next month, at the historically important and culturally relevant videogame show, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, Electronic Arts will bring a strong portfolio of titles to show off, including new Need for Speed and Harry Potter games among others.
During a financial conference call yesterday, EA Chief Operating Officer John Schappert said “This year you’re going to see a strong portfolio of blockbuster titles from EA” later confirming the EA Play label Harry Potter game and the next Need for Speed.
What’s more, the man confirmed the publisher’s attempt at supporting both Sony’s PlayStation Move and Microsoft’s Project Natal at the show, bringing software for the respective motion control technologies to show off.
“We will also unveil games that make use of the new motion controllers from Sony and Microsoft,” Schappert said.
On top of all this, the EA Partners Program will show Bulletstorm (Epic), Crysis 2 (Crytek) and Star Wars: The Old Republic (LucasArts) and, for one last hurrah, Schappert said enthusiasts can expect a “key title in breathtaking 3D”.
E3 2010 happens in Los Angeles June 15-17, 2010. We’ll be there.