For the most part this was your typical EA conference: it had a ton of corporate speak aimed at investors and placed an excessive, exhausting emphasis on sports.
We also had to suffer through possibly the most underwhelming formal announcement of a Star Wars game in the history of the medium and the depressing reveal that Command & Conquer is now a mobile game franchise.
Battlefield V's presence was meanwhile surprisingly scant, EA once again struggled to convince that Anthem is anything more than another generic open-world squad-based shooter, and we have to dock them an extra point for teasing Skate fans with that Session reveal.
However, Unravel Two was a wonderful surprise and the best shadow-drop of E3 - the game's awesome too, by the way - while EA's contrition regarding lootboxes seemed at least half-way genuine.
Were it not for the reveals of Unravel Two and new indie Sea of Solitude, though, this would've been a pretty soulless conference. Maybe one of these years EA will surprise us with a vibrant show, but sadly not this time.