The saga FIFA is living a key stage in its history. With FIFA 22 enjoying some very good sales results, Electronic Arts continues to work to ensure the future of which has been converted, for many years, in the most important franchise they have in hand. One of the most delicate issues seems the name change that is being considered, which would be the end of the series as we know it and whose possible new title does not seem to convince fans a lot.
In the middle of all this debate, the company has announced that they have renewed their collaborative agreement with FIFPro , the International Footballers Federation. The goal, they say, is to offer the greatest and most authentic football experience , something that can not achieve without the rights of real players that guarantees this collaboration.
Along with the footballers, from EA Sports they emphasize that in their franchise they have official licenses of several reais-professional leagues and competitions, such as the UEFA Champions League, La Conmebol Libertadores, the Premier League, the Bundesliga or Laliga Santander .
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One of the most important aspects of the experience of EA Sports is the Deep Immersion David Jackson, Electronic Arts Our players often remind us that one of the most important aspects of the experience of EA Sports is Deep immersion that is reached thanks to the availability of the best leagues, teams and players around the world, said David Jackson, member of Electronic Arts. FIFPro will continue to be an important partner of the next generation of soccer games for all players on the planet.
The last premiere of the saga has revitalized the fans a little, after a few years where they demanded a greater number of changes. This delivery introduces numerous novelties that point to a concrete address for the future and, although more of EA s football proposal is expected in the coming years, in general the title has had a good reception. If you want to know what we found to us, you can check our FIFA 22 analysis.