EA to showcase latest on Star Wars projects at Celebration Orlando from April 13 to 16

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Electronic Arts will showcase the latest on its Star Wars projects at Star Wars Celebration Orlando from April 13 to 16 at the Orange County Convention Center, StarWars.com announced.

Here’s what will be present at the event:

  • EA, creators of Star Wars Battlefront, Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes, and Star Wars: The Old Republic, will be in attendance to showcase the latest on their Star Wars projects.
  • Play the latest Star Wars mobile games, including Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes, Star Wars: Pinball, and Star Wars: Force Collection, right on the show floor.
  • Experience a special Star Wars: The Old Republic Cantina Community event (off-site), featuring a talk with the developers and opportunity to meet the game’s designers.

Electronic Arts has several new Star Wars projects in development, including a new Star Wars Battlefront due out in 2017, a new Star Wars action adventure game from Visceral Games due out in 2018, and a new Star Wars game from Respawn Entertainment due out beyond that.

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