We have known for some time that EA and FIFA are finalizing their divorce agreement, and that from the end of this year we will no longer have an annual FIFA game developed by EA, but rather a new game IP massive editor. We also knew it would be called EA Sports FC, but as summer approaches, EA is leading the way to officially announce this successor to the football series and reveal its logo.
In a new press release, EA announced EA Sports FC, describing it as a football platform that aims to connect gamers across PC, console, mobile and via eSports. As for which platforms we’ll be able to play on, nothing has been mentioned yet, but judging by FIFA 23, we can probably expect PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and Nintendo Switch, as well as iOS and Android in game. mobile version.
For the rest, they promise more information about the game will be shared in July, and EA also showed off the title logo, which you can see below, and which you’ll see across various football shows over the course of the weekend, including Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1, WSL, NWSL, CONMEBOL and a few others.
Details of this game are still under wraps, but you can visit the EA Sports FC website here to take a look at what this game aspires to, which the press release says will provide access to “19,000 players dismissed”. , 700 teams and 30 leagues, with the support of over 300 global football partners which will enable further expansion in areas such as women’s football and grassroots football.”