We now have details about the future of both FIFA and EA’s soccer video games. EA’s upcoming simulation EA Sports FC is available, while FIFA has just released a mobile game called AI League. It is available in open beta on Android (an iOS version will be released soon).
AI League was developed by Altered State Machine. It is a casual 4 on 4 football game that allows players to input their ideas and play with AI-controlled characters. Each AI footballer is given unique AI traits which define their strengths and weaknesses. Players are the coaches and owners of their AI teams. Players can trade and collect characters to form their preferred talent teams.
Curiously, the game’s name is the 2022 men’s World Cup, Qatar. This was last year and not the 2023 women’s World Cup, Australia and New Zealand which starts this summer.
AI League was announced previously as part of , a slate Web3 experiences from FIFA that will lead its post-EA future.
2023 looks like a great year for soccer games. EA Sports FC is preparing for its debut this year.
Gianni Infantino, FIFA president is well-known for his controversial statements. He has taken a defiant tone regarding FIFA’s prospects as a video game platform without EA. When EA Sports FC officially was unveiled last May, he stated that he could assure that the FIFA-named game would be authentic and real. FIFA is the only original, global title. FIFA 23, FIFA 24, FIFA 25, FIFA 26 and FIFA 25, and so forth — the constant is FIFA’s name, and it will continue to be forever and remain THE BEST.
Although there have not been any new casual titles featuring buzzy blockchain elements, FIFA stated last year that it was currently working with investors, game publishers, media companies and other investors to develop a major FIFA simulation football game for 2024.
Infantino stated last month that the FIFA 25 and 26 games will be the best for boys and girls. We will soon have more information.