It's probably been said, but while there were at least 3-4 EA published games at the MS conference, at the Sony conference, there wasn't even a hint of EA support anywhere to be seen. While Battlefield 3 was very much a PS3 promoted title, BF4 is front and center at MS' conference now, with timed exclusive content to boot. FIFA, a game that typically sells better on Sony hardware than MS and is huge in Europe, is now getting exclusive content on the XBO as well.
Meanwhile, EA ditches online passes at the 11th hour before MS announces their DRM strategy, but then EA says they never pressed for the used game DRM that Microsoft is implementing into the XBO.
Also, everything I've heard from E3 is that there was everything except signs with arrows on them going between the MS and EA booths to facilitate people moving from one to the other.
The whole layout seems a little too coincidental for me personally, but then I tend to enjoy conspiracy because it's usually at least laced with a bit of truth. Are the Sony/EA good times over and we'll see less content from EA on the PS4 because of policy disagreements, or is this just EA throwing a tantrum that they'll eventually get over?