EA Play and the Steam Game Festival have been pushed back one week

EA Play and the Steam Game Festival have been pushed back one week

EA previously delayed its Madden NFL 21 launch stream amid the protests, and other publishers have put their events and game updates on hold. Meanwhile, Summer Game Fest curator Geoff Keighley said that Valve’s Steam Game Festival will also take place one week later -- it’s moving to June 16th-22nd.

The Steam Game Festival: Summer Edition will now take place one week later. June 16 - 22. #SummerGameFest pic.twitter.com/1t5lY2UdaK— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) June 5, 2020

EA Play typically takes place around the time of E3, but it’s part of Summer Game Fest this year. Although EA hasn’t said too much about what it’ll showcase during EA Play, you can probably expect a peek at its refreshed lineup of sports titles (Madden, FIFA, NBA Live and NHL). There may also be updates on the likes of Apex Legends and a peek at what EA games will look like on next-generation consoles.