Speaking during EA's Q4 earnings call last night, COO John Schappert outlined the publisher's line-up for E3, revealing amongst other games, a "marquee title" in 3D.
"This year, you're going to see a strong portfolio of blockbuster titles from EA. The EA Sports label will showcase Madden NFL 11, FIFA 11, NHL 11, NBA Live 11, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 and EA Sports Active. We will also unveil games that make use of the new motion controllers from Sony and Microsoft.
"The EA Play Label will showcase a new Harry Potter game and some great titles from our partnership with Hasbro. The Sims 3, EA's mainstream gaming mega brand with over 125 million units sold, is coming to consoles and will be available this fall on the PS3, Xbox 360, Wii and Nintendo DS. We will also highlight The Sims 3 expansion packs, including the recently announced The Sims 3 Ambitions Expansion Pack."
It's the titles from the EA Games label that are most likely to excite though, which will unveil "a new Need for Speed title, Dead Space 2, and the return of one of the most storied franchises in first-person shooter history, Medal of Honor".
There will also be EA Partners titles Bulletstorm from Epic Games, Crysis 2 from Crytek and in partnership with Lucas Arts, Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Last, but not least, Schappert said EA will "also show a marquee title in breathtaking 3D". What could it be?