What happened? With the release of FIFA 22, Electronic Arts announced that it intends to change the name of the popular football series that uses the original 1993 game. Although the reason is not clear, EA notes that the game series may have bypassed the football governing body for which the company's game name is being pushed.
EA released a blog post this week to celebrate the launch of their latest FIFA game, FIFA 22. The blog post is all about numbers that show how successful FIFA 22 is and how well EA can get into the game, but it also shows what can EA do in the future. Weber Group CEO writes. "This means that we are reviewing our naming rights agreement with FIFA, which is separate from our other official partnerships and licenses across the world of football."
The blog post means that EA is changing its name to FIFA because it is no longer just a FIFA game. FIFA games exist. The blog post mentions that FIFA 22 includes other leagues such as Champions League, Europa League, CONMEBOL Libertadores, Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga Santander, and more. In total, FIFA 22 includes more than 30 tournaments. The Konami Football series has changed its name several times in its 30-year history, especially in regions outside of Japan. The latest entry has been renamed eFootball, and it's one of the most disastrous launches in history. In conclusion, critics praised FIFA 22's progress in animation, control, goalkeeper and team mode Ultimae. However, some notes may not like how quickly the gameplay changes, and FIFA Ultimate Team continues to be criticized as a pay-as-you-go scheme.
EA Sports is considering rebranding its soccer games to FIFA
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