EA today held their 2014 gamescom press briefing in Cologne, Germany, which included new reveals from Dragon Age: Inquisition, Battlefield Hardline, EA Sports FIFA 15, The Sims 4, Dawngate, Titanfall and more. You can watch a replay of the live event here, but here are some of the individual videos.
Two videos for Battlefield Hardline were revealed, including 12 minutes of single player. This is the first look at the game’s new style of storytelling, inspired by the most popular crime dramas seen on television today. The video is narrated by Ian Milham, Visceral Games creative director.
Next up is the Battlefield Hardline “Rescue Gameplay Trailer,” which shows the “Rescue” multiplayer mode.
EA also showed the new trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition titled “The Enemy of Thedas.” The game will be available on November 18.
For Titanfall, EA revealed this Frontier CGI trailer, showing the action packed battleground by director William Chang. They also announced the third and final map pack “IMC Rising,” coming this fall, which will add three more maps to the game.
During the presentation, EA and BioWare unveiled the new online action role-playing game Shadow Realms, a new 4v1 story-dirven for the PC. Four heroes adventure against another player-controlled enemy, a malevolent force called The Shadowlord. The over-arching narrative will be released episodically, playing out over time like a TV series.
EA announced EA Sports FIFA World, a new free-to-play game for the PC which will launch a new game engine that will give fans a more realistic soccer experience.
They also announced that EA Sports is rewriting “Next Gen Goalkeepers,” bringing a new level of realism to gameplay in EA Sports FIFA 15 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, fueled by EA Sports IGNITE. Goalkeepers in FIFA 15 will now look, move, and think like their real world counterparts with new AI that allows them to anticipate shots and passes, move with positional awareness, and display an array of new animations.
Check out the NHL 15 Gamescom 2014 trailer. The game will be available on September 9.
And for Sims 4, here is a new preview of the “Create a Sim” demo, available for download now.