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Fans Splash Out On FIFA’s New Soccer “egame”

This will be the first year since 1993 that there are no new FIFA games after Electronic Arts dropped the exclusive license after negotiations over price renewal failed. However, FIFA President Gianni Infantino vowed that the FIFA series would return, promising that “FIFA 25, 26, 27 and so on – will always be the best video game”.

The comment made at a news conference following Infantino’s uncontested re-election to continue to lead football’s shameful and accusing international governing body. “The new FIFA game – FIFA 25, 26, 27 and so on – will always be the best video game for any girl or boy, we will know about that soon,” he said, according to the reporter. Martyn Ziegler of the Times.

Today’s comments echo an empty commitment that Infantino made after the first news of the split from EA. “I can assure you that the only authentic game named FIFA will be the best for football players and fans,” he said at the time, although he did not. have nothing to say to the existing series which was developed solely by EA. Infantino has a long history of saying things that are absurd, grumpy or offensive, and sometimes all three. Elsewhere in Thursday’s press conference, he said he was once inspired to run for FIFA president because of the genocide in Rwanda, a comparison he now appears to be making. argumentative.

EA, which is currently pursuing its own football games under the new name EA Sports FC, appears to have backed out of renewing its exclusivity deal with FIFA as the organization wants $1 billion and lowers its name. by experimenting with waste, such as NFT. The publisher’s hands aren’t clean either, they’ve turned their sports franchises into direct money machines around loot boxes while fans settle for less-than-full annual upgrades. sufficient or at fault.

However, FIFA cannot even run its own house. I don’t know how they aspire to build a game from scratch or to whom they might expect to deliver it. Infantino oversaw a spectacular 2022 World Cup played against a backdrop of egregious human rights abuses. “Today I feel Qatari,” Infantino said before the start of the opening ceremony last November. “Today, I feel like an Arab. Today, I feel Africa. I feel gay today. Today, I feel disabled. Today, I feel [like] a migrant worker.

The Guardian previously reported that as many as 6,500 migrant workers had died helping Qatar prepare for the World Cup and that homosexuality there was also illegal. Of course, EA’s FIFA 23 is just too much fun to try and wash off the event.

Elizabeth Haire
Elizabeth Haire
Elizabeth Haire is in charge of coverage for laptops and desktops, and he stays current on the most recent developments in the gaming and technology industries. You can find him enjoying video games, watching social media, and waiting for the next Marvel movie when he isn't writing about technology.

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