EA will release a blockbuster title every month until the end of the year.
The publisher revealed key shipping dates for Bulletstorm, Dead Space 2, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit and EA Sports Active 2.0 at its E3 press conference, as well as a new online hub and its 3D plans.
EA has already announced it will release APB and Tiger Woods 11 in July, Madden 11 in August, and support the Move's launch in September.
The firm once again confirmed that Medal of Honor will debut on October 15th, and announced the beta will kick off next week on June 21st.
A Kinect-compatible version of EA Sports Active 2.0 was also announced – complete with heart rate monitor and wireless tracking device. It will hit the US on November 16th, days after the launch of the Kinect camera on November 4th. A similar launch timeframe is expected for the UK.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit will follow shortly after on November 19th.
With 2010 well in hand, EA will also see a strong start to 2011. Survival horror sequel Dead Space 2 is heading to retail on January 28th, while Epic Games' highly anticipated new FPS Bulletstorm shoots its way onto Xbox 360 and PS3 on February 22nd.
The publisher also revealed a new ‘Gun Club' online hub for EA shooters, and showed off Crysis 2 in stereoscopic 3D.