EA has announced that the previously scheduled Friday livestreams at its EA Play E3 show have been pushed back.
When EA confirmed plans for EA Play E3 2019, the company revealed it won’t be hosting a traditional press conference. Instead, it promised, those at home will be able to follow through multiple livestreams of all the games present at the show.
Those official streams were initially planned for Friday, June 7, leaving the two following days for attendees to go hands-on with the games. In an update announcing ticket availability, EA quietly noted a big change in the schedule.
Official livestreams will now instead take place only on Saturday, June 8. Content creators invited to EA’s “Creator’s Cave” will be hosting their own streams for the entire weekend. The exact schedule will be revealed closer to launch.
This should free up your Friday, then. Until then, you can keep track of all confirmed conferences so far in our big E3 2019 schedule.