It’s official: FIFA 23 , as anticipated by various rumors , will be the last chapter of the series , next year the historic Electronic Arts football game will change its name to EA Sports FC , starting a “new era”.
EA Sports FC , as the software house explains, will therefore become the future of EA Sports football and will continue to count on over 300 individually licensed partners who will give access to more than 19,000 athletes, 700 teams, 100 stadiums and over 30 leagues.
Then confirmed the presence of all the iconic FIFA modes including Ultimate Team, Career, Pro Club and VOLTA Football. Exclusive partnerships with Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, MLS and others also remain.
This new independent platform will bring new opportunities: innovate, create and evolve. This is more than just a symbolic change – like EA SPORTS, we are committed to ensuring that EA SPORTS FC is a symbol of change. We are committed to reinvesting significantly in sport and are excited to work with a large and growing number of partners to develop authentic new experiences that bring joy, inclusiveness and immersion to a global fan community. I can’t wait to share more details on these plans in the coming months.
Before having fun with the new EA Sports FC, however, virtual football fans will play with FIFA 23 , the latest chapter of the historic series that will debut later this year. The new FIFA, based on EA’s statements, will be the most ambitious game in the series that will guarantee a top-level experience with new features, different game modes and content including the World Cup.