Electronic Arts hosted a special press briefing at E3 yesterday where it unveiled key shipping dates for top titles - and new online services.
We've covered each announcement in depth in our E3 feed, but we've also summed up all the major announcements below.
EA's Sports Active gets Kinect-ed
Fitness franchise heading for new Microsoft controller
Dead Space 2 set for January release
Horror game set for release on January 25th in North America and January 28th in Europe
Next NFS hits mid-November
Criterion-developed Need For Speed Hot Pursuit 'takes franchise back to its roots'
Bulletstorm dated for Feb 2011
Epic Games' EA-published shooter given ship date of February 22nd 2011
MoH beta hits next week
EA provides early access to content in blockbuster franchise's return
'Gun Club' online hub for EA shooters
New loyalty program moves to unite action games and reward gamers with content and early access demos
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam unveiled
DLC sequel takes players to new environments
Crysis 2 goes 3D
Another triple-A franchise goes 3D on all platforms – including Xbox 360
3D 'a quantum leap' for games
Crytek shows off Crysis 2 in stereoscopic 3D, heralds its potential