EA will show a beefy line-up of games at E3, including the new "action" Need for Speed game and FIFA 2011.
EA's John Schappert revealed the slate during a financial call with investors this evening.
He also said EA will show its Natal/Move portfolio.
"We've only announced Tiger Woods for Sony Move to date. We have more announcements at E3, inclusive of demos of some of this technology," offered Schappert. "That said, we're bullish on these new controllers and the new technology."
"They'll bring a lot of attention and new users to the market and breathe new life into the consoles."
Also at E3 will be the new Harry Potter game, Dead Space 2 and Medal of Honor.
John Riccitiello stated, again, that he will "not be happy until [EA] has taken leadership of the first-person shooter category".
EA Partners games Bulletstorm and Crysis 2 will be there, as will BioWare's Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO. The latter, remember, has been moved to release in financial 2012 - sometime from the beginning of April in calendar 2011.