FIFA 23: Will EA Sports release a new football game in 2022?

Since 1993, EA Sports released FIFA-branded games, with the annual release of a numbered new entry becoming a nearly three-decade tradition.

For the most part, FIFA has dominated its particular field, with its closest competitors, Konami’s eFootball (formerly known as Pro Evolution Soccer or PES), undergoing a change in branding and strategy with the aim to once again compete with EA Sports’ game.

However, the future of the game remains uncertain as the renewal of the partnership between FIFA and EA Sports seems uncertain, leaving fans uncertain about the release of their new football video game.

Will EA Sports release FIFA 23?

EA Sports hasn’t revealed anything about its next football match yet, so it’s unclear if there will be a FIFA 23 or not. However, it seems likely that the game will continue in some form.

If FIFA 23 was to be released in 2022, it should launch around the end of September, based on the game’s release schedule from the previous year.

While EA Sports and FIFA need to reach an agreement that would see their partnership continue, their current deal does not end until after the 2022 World Cup in December 2022. This schedule presents a dilemma for EA Sports.

Although nothing has been confirmed, it seems increasingly likely that fans will still be able to play a new football video game from EA Sports, which Xfire says will feature both a men’s and women’s World Cup as well as crossplay – a first for EA Sports. soccer game franchise.

What is EA Sports FC?

EA Sports FC has been widely reported as a potential new name for EA Sports’ football game franchise.

Trademarks of “EA Sports FC” are registered in UK and EUfueling rumors that the popular FIFA video game series may be getting a name change.

However, an official name change has yet to be confirmed.

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