If you live in the United States, there’s a high probability that you missed EA’s Gamescom 2015 press briefing at 4 a.m. ET on Wednesday morning. Although no new games were announced at the briefing, EA had plenty of new footage to show off from the games it spotlighted at E3 2015.
Here are all the trailers you missed if you didn’t stay up all night waiting for EA’s live stream to begin:
Star Wars Battlefront
Our first look at Fighter Squadron, the Star Wars Battlefront game mode that allows up to 20 players to face off in dogfights high above the battleground. You will be able to choose between X-Wings, A-Wings, Tie Fighters and Tie Interceptors — plus, AI-controlled ships will join in to make sure the battles always feel frantic.
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
This is what a mission looks like in the open world of Mirror’s Edge Catalyst. The demo at E3 was more a tech demo than anything else, so we didn’t get a chance to see what Faith was capable of, but now that I’ve seen her in action, I’m back to being extremely excited for this game to launch next year.
Need for Speed
I still can’t believe that the new Need for Speed features full-motion video, but as long as the gameplay holds up, the story can be as ridiculous as it wants to be. Not much new on the gameplay front — we’re sure to see more before the game releases in November though.
The other yarn-related game from E3 2015, Unravel looks more adorable every time we see it. After seeing bits and pieces of the game in June, Coldwood Interactive shared an uninterrupted walkthrough of a few of the game’s puzzles.
Star Wars: The Old Republic
About a minute of new footage from the Star Wars: The Old Republic expansion, Knights of the Fallen Empire. In the expansion, your character will become the Outlander and have to choose between two very different paths. The expansion hits on October 27th, but remember, you can start playing for free today.
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2
Plants and zombies fighting each other on the moon.
You can also watch the entire EA Gamescom 2015 press briefing, if you prefer: