Electronic Arts have announced three new independent development projects coming to consoles and PC at the recently held EA Play. The three new games are made developed by indie studios, Zoink Games, Glowmade, and Hazelight Studios.
Lost in Random is Zoink’s next game after releasing the stunning Fe, offering a unique spin on puzzles and combat.
RustHeart is Glowmade’s EA Originals debut where players can forge an endearing friendship with a courageous robot hero.
Hazelight’s follow up to the critically-acclaimed A Way Out builds on the studio’s expertise and success, with a new cooperative experience that will be named at a later date.
“We continue to connect innovative and creatively distinct new games from the best and boldest independent game makers to a global audience of players.” said Matt Bilbey, EVP Strategic Growth. “We want to offer our players the broadest, highest quality content possible, with the best access possible. Whether you join us to play EA’s biggest franchises like Apex Legends, one of the more than 200 games available from more than 85 content partners in our Origin Access subscription*, or for innovative EA Originals titles like A Way Out, we have something compelling to offer.”
EA Originals supports up-and-coming studios by showcasing unique, innovative games to more players on all platforms. Following the success of Coldwood Studios’ Unravel, the label has built a proven track record with the BAFTA-winning A Way Out by Hazelight and Fe by Zoink, blazing the trail for games like Sea of Solitude by Jo-Mei Games launching on July 5, 2019.
The success of these partnerships has expanded the collaborative charter with new independent developers, such as the recently announced RustHeart from Glowmade and new EA Partner Velan Studios for more inspiring future titles.
EA Access Coming To More Platforms.
EA is also increasing its commitment to players by offering more quality games from some of the best developers in the industry through its subscription services. With EA Access on PlayStation 4 launching this July in addition Xbox One and PC services, EA will offer subscriptions on more platforms than any other gaming company.