EA has started inviting fans to register for a ticket to next month's EA Play event in London.
The event, which takes place at London's Hammersmith Apollo on Sunday, June 12, will let players go hands-on with some of EA's upcoming 2016 line-up, presumably including Titanfall 2, Battlefield 1 and FIFA 17.
Tickets are free, although the event is only due to run for 3 hours late on the Sunday evening, kicking off with an hour-long press conference at 9pm and two hours of gameplay sessions from 10pm-midnight.
If you've already signed up to be notified when tickets are available, check your inbox for a link to EA's ticket site. You'll need to be quick if you want in, though: the publisher warns that "limited, free, and available on a first-come, first-served basis", and advises fans to "sign up today before tickets run out". You'll also receive a one month code for EA Access just for registering.
Early Bird registration ends tomorrow, May 19, suggesting registration will be opened up to everybody later this week. For those who can't make it, though, both the press conference and 'behind the scenes' footage from the event are also set to be streamed online.
EA Play arrives ahead of this year's E3, which opens its doors two days later on June 14.