EA Sports E3 2013: Latest News, Trailers, Images, Live Stream Info and More

Donald Wood@@Donald_WoodFeatured ColumnistJune 10, 2013

NEW YORK - APRIL 28:  Peyton Hillis #40 of the Cleveland Browns participates in a photo shoot for the cover of EA Sports Madden NFL 12 on April 28, 2011 in Time Square, New York City  (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images for EA Sports)
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The Electronic Entertainment Expo, also known as E3 by the people that have come to love the event, is one of the biggest video gaming shows of the year. The 2013 edition is made even more special by EA Sports revealing so much about the next year of games.

The video game designer and manufacturer has become known as the quintessential sports brand, and with huge plans for new games and new installments of current series, announcing the company’s intentions live via press presentation has fans excited.

If you love sports video games, you won’t want to miss a second of EA Sports E3 presentation.


Where: Los Angeles Convention Center

When: Monday, June 10, at 4 p.m. ET

Watch: Spike TV

Live Stream: EA.com


The main talk coming into the E3 was about EA Sports IGINITE Engine and how it would revolutionize the industry, per EA's Official site. With several preview trailers already available that offer a glimpse into how it works, the excitement is growing exponentially for the reveal.

EA Sports teases the UFC game the company is releasing this year, which will be shown in even more detail during the presentation. The company will make the game for the first time this year, but according to the UFC, it wont be the last, per Kotaku.

College football fans love their NCAA games from EA sports, and with the major upgrades to the Dynasty Mode in 2013, these passionate gamers won’t be able to put the controller down.

The upgrades don’t stop there, either. EA Sports is adding even more excitement to its award-winning NHL series, including an upgraded enforcer engine that will have real hockey fans pumped for this game’s release this year.

EA Sports has promised to make major upgrades this year, per EA.com, and with the unveil of Xbox One, the excitement over the improvements across the board from the company should have hardcore and casual gaming fans excited about the future.

Along with the previously mentioned games, EA Sports will also be releasing NBA Live '14 for the basketball gamers who have come to expect big things from the company's NBA editions. The Xbox One and PS4 trailer for this year's edition features none other than budding Cleveland Cavaliers superstar Kyrie Irving and some unbelievable new graphics.

But with the Xbox One and PS4 not yet on the market additional offerings like FIFA '14 will be released on existing consoles prior to their availability. EA Sports FIFA tweeted a trailer for the new soccer game, set to be released in September and already available for pre-order:


New Game Covers

Amazon.com already has many of the Xbox One and PS4 games on sale and EA Sports announced that Adrian Peterson would grace the cover of the next-generation Madden NFL 25 video games.

But as EA Sports also indicated on Twitter, Madden cover athlete Barry Sanders will still be on the front of the case from the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game, as previously expected.

Check back here after EA Sports wraps up its presentation for updated news, photos and more.