The end of an era. The rumors were fulfilled and Electronic Arts made it official that this will be the last year that it will have the FIFA license; EA Sports FC will be the name under which the franchise continues.
September 2022 will mark the end of almost 30 years of joint work between the video game developer and the highest soccer entity in the world; behind this alliance, they leave a community that exceeds 150 million users worldwide.
However, the end of the relationship does not mean that the last delivery with FIFA will be soulless, as EA Sports assures that FIFA 23 will be “the most explosive in history” since, among other things, it will feature the content of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, in addition to the game modes that have shaped the video game over the years.
On the other hand, looking to the future, the developer pointed out that EA Sports FC will still have a wide range of partner licenses between teams, players, stadiums and leagues, which will keep the video game as one of the favorites of sports gamers.
In addition to this, the Ultimate Team, Career Mode, Pro Clubs and VOLTA game modes will not disappear for next year, and will continue to be in the options to enjoy a more realistic experience at EA Sports FC.
It was at the end of March, when the first reports indicated the arrival of the end of the exclusive relationship that EA had with FIFA for almost 30 years, after the organization requested $ 1,000 million USD to continue the exclusivity.
With the renewal of PES, Konami’s soccer video game, by becoming eFootball, EA Sports FC will not skimp to continue as the favorite alternative of the gamer community.
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