EA is considering renaming the FIFA franchise

Electronic Arts stated that it is currently reviewing its naming rights agreement with FIFA, which means that the name of the franchise may change in the future.

This morning’s press release announced that it is considering changing the names of FIFA and EA’s other global football champions.

When it comes to FIFA in particular, Cam Weber, general manager of EA Sports, said that the company is focused on where the company is heading from the release of its latest football version, FIFA 22.

“The future of football is very broad and very bright. Our top priority is to ensure that we have every opportunity to continue to provide the greatest interactive football experience in the world,” Weber said.

“We are here to create the best experience for football fans all over the world. To this end, we must first listen to the opinions of players. We have always heard that the most important thing is to develop a global community and create an innovative football experience on a new platform. The commitment to all levels of sports, as well as the acceleration of the promotion of women’s games. Therefore, we have a clear vision for the future of football.

“Through years of establishing our global franchise, we also know that authenticity is critical to the experience.

“This is why we focus so much energy on the collective power of more than 300 individual authorized partners who have allowed us to reach over 17,000 teams in more than 700 teams, more than 100 stadiums and more than 30 leagues worldwide. Multiple athletes.

“Our extensive partnership and our licensed content ecosystem will allow us to continue to bring unparalleled authenticity to our EA Sports football games, now and for many years to come.”

Weber went on to say that the FIFA series is the only place where players can experience “meaningful and real” matches in iconic leagues such as UEFA, South American Libertadores, Premier League and Bundesliga. These features may help contribute to some of the huge numbers accumulated by FIFA 22.

According to EA, since its release on October 1, 6 days ago, the game has 9.1 million players, and has created 7.6 million ultimate teams and played 460 million games.

If you are just starting to use the latest version of the series, here are some of the best forwards and wingers to log in to career mode. Speaking of contracted athletes in professional mode, here are the best midfielders, CAM, CDM and CM, and you can see the best goalkeepers here.

The first major update of FIFA 22 was released on PC and Staida yesterday. It made some changes to goalkeepers, updated the progress of divisional competitors, added a player growth button in career mode, and implemented some gameplay changes. And there are many fixes applied.

Game Update 1 will be released for PlayStation and Xbox later.