EA and FIFA end 29 years of cooperation. New game coming out next year with changes

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EA and FIFA end 29 years of cooperation. New game coming out next year with changes

Post by player181 » Thu Jun 30, 2022 5:41 am

"FIFA 23", launched this fall, will be the last episode of the "FIFA" series under the cooperation of EA and FIFA. Check out u7buy to cheap fifa 22 coins. The two sides will part ways after this year's World Cup in Qatar, but it is also pointed out that due to the Women's World Cup to be held next summer, the two may officially "break up" after the end of the tournament.

EA CEO Andrew Wilson promised that both parties will continue to do their best to develop and implement FIFA 23, and affirmed that FIFA 23 will be one of the most content-rich games in the franchise's history.

After "FIFA 23", EA's game "FIFA" series will be renamed "EA Sports FC". It is worth mentioning that because the new game will lose the FIFA authorization, the relevant game modes of FIFA's large-scale events, such as the World Cup every four years, will disappear completely.

However, EA has already signed up for more than 19,000 players, 700 clubs and 100 stadiums, so most of the game content and experience will remain unchanged. Major giants such as Real Madrid, Liverpool and Manchester City have written "We are in the club" on Twitter after the news and announced their participation in "EA Sports FC".

Therefore, fans will still be able to operate most of the familiar stars in FIFA in the future. Leagues such as the Premier League, Bundesliga, and La Liga will not be affected for the time being; Ultimate Team, Career Mode, Pro Clubs and Volta Football will also continue to exist.

EA also said that the end of the cooperation with FIFA this time will get rid of some licensing restrictions, allowing the team to have more time to explore more interactive and fan-centric game content.

As for the reason for the two giants to end their cooperation, it is said that EA hopes to obtain the exclusive right to use FIFA for the next 8 years, but FIFA refuses to concentrate the authorization on a single manufacturer; it is also rumored that FIFA requires the new contract to use the original annual copyright fee of 150 million US dollars. Doubled, so that the cooperation eventually fell through.

According to reports, FIFA will cooperate with third-party companies to launch new football games in the future, maintaining the "FIFA" brand, and plans to launch in the third quarter of 2022.
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