The first day of E3 is in the books and it was relatively uneventful, though quite informative, in regards to the upcoming crop of sports games.
This year at E3 expectations were tempered as far as the yearly league-licensed games go and there were few deviations from what was anticipated. Madden NFL 16 got a new mode announced, NBA Live 16 made some big promises, and FIFA 16 had one of the longest presentations in recent memory. Meanwhile the oft-rumored, and perpetually teased, Joe Montana Football 16 was nowhere to be found. The biggest surprise was EA’s COO Peter Moore finally confirming they still have NFL and NFLPA exclusivity on consoles.
In the first Live Hangout hosted by Hit The Pass the crew discusses and evaluates everything that took place on Day Zero of E3 2015.