How do you meet a true FIFA fan? Year after year, a game themed “FIFA” in addition to the year added to its shelves. This is tradition, so to speak. Tradition also crept into the games of the series, because after all, “FIFA 21” was almost a copy of its predecessor. But FIFA 22 should be different and come with some innovations, such as new game modes and features. COMPUTER BILD has prepared an overview for you. It seems fans couldn’t wait for the new sequel, which came out on October 1, 2021, a report revealed.
Lots of players play FIFA 22
Electronic Arts (EA) has turned into one Blog post Addressed to the football community and announced some current numbers. Cam Weber (General Manager of EA Sports Group) reveals that EA has already counted 9.1 million players since the inception of “FIFA 22”, 7.6 million Ultimate Teams have been created and 460 million matches have been played (as of: October 7, 2021). Success should not come by chance: according to EA, the game is the only venue that allows authentic matches in the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, Premier League, Bundesliga, LaLiga Santander and many other leagues.
A new name for FIFA games?
EA emphasizes that authenticity is especially important in FIFA games. So a lot of energy is focused on our more than 300 individual licensing partners, who provide access to more than 17,000 athletes in more than 700 teams, 100 stadiums and over 30 championships around the world. As for the future of the game, they are looking into the idea of rebranding EA’s global soccer games. Webber writes: “This means that we are reviewing our naming rights agreement with FIFA, which is separate from all our other official partnerships and licenses in the world of football. (…) The future of football is very big and very promising.” 4 players In short: A few years ago I got the FIFA license, but now “several federations, clubs or even other player advisors have to be brought in for partnerships and licenses”.
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