EA hosted its E3 2015 keynote on the evening of 15 June, using the event to unveil new games and give more insight into those already announced. We saw games including new Mass Effect: Andromeda, the Need for Speed reboot, new Star Wars games and more information about Star Wars: Battlefront, FIFA 16, Mirror's Edge: Catalyst and more.

EA E3 event live stream replay

Find out more about what to expect at the rest of E3 in our complete E3 schedule and predictions article.

How to re-watch EA's E3 2015 press conference replay

EA streamed its conference live, but it's also available to re-watch for those who missed it or want to watch it again. You'll find the entire stream in the video above.

What did EA announce at E3 2015?

As mentioned, EA showed off numerous new games and more details about games that we've already had glimpses of.

Mass Effect 4, officially known as Mass Effect: Andromeda as we now know, is set to arrive on PC, Xbox One and PS4 late next year. We got our first look at the game in the form of a reveal trailer.

Need for Speed is getting a reboot, and we saw our first gameplay trailer during the keynote, and we also found out its release date of 3 November.

Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 is coming soon, too, and a new Mirror's Edge: Catalyst game is coming in spring 2016. EA also announced new games including Unravel, a physics-based platformer.

Star Wars: Battlefront took centre stage during the event, revealing that Luke Skywalker will be a playable character in the game.

Sports games include NBA Live 16, and the highly anticipated FIFA 16.

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