This might come as a shock, but EA does release non-AAA gaming titles. During their E3 conference, they surprisingly showed off indie titles on the same stage as the highly anticipated Anthem and Battlefield V.
Let’s get you guys caught up on these newly announced indies:
EA’s Play: Unravel Two
The first indie title announced is the sequel to the indie smash hit from 2016, Unravel. Yes that’s right, Unravel is back but this time in a full co-op adventure.
Here’s the official description for Unravel Two from the ESRB: “This is a side-scrolling platformer in which players control a pair of fantastical creatures called Yarnys as they navigate environments.”
The best part about this announcement is the fact that we don’t have to wait to play Unravel Two either. It’s available right now, at the price point of $20 USD/£15.99. What are you waiting for?
EA’s Play: Sea Of Solitude
The second indie title to be announced was Sea of Solitude from German developer Jo-Mei Games. SoS will explore the dark emotions and thoughts that the human mind goes through, with a twist!
SoS follows a young girl named Kay who turns into a monster when she enters a dark mental state. After her transformation, Kay will drift on a boat through a monster-infested submerged city. At this city, she will meet and interact with other ‘monsters’.
Throughout the adventure, Kay will be investigating how she became a monster, and if there is a way to reverse what has happened to her. Along with the debut trailer and details, we also got an official release window of “early 2019”.
So, what did you guys think of these indie game announcements from EA? Are any of you currently playing Unravel Two? Let us know in the comments below!