FIFA 21 is coming to Stadia in March, and EA has prolonged its unique license to UEFA content material, together with the Champions League and Europa League competitions.
A press release from Electronic Arts reveals that FIFA 21 will come to Google Stadia on March 17, as a part of EA’s plan to make FIFA video games accessible throughout extra platforms. That comes alongside increasing launch areas for FIFA On-line 4 – a free-to-play, downloadable model of the core sport at the moment solely obtainable in Asia. The corporate can be engaged on “a number of in-development cellular choices” beneath the FIFA model.
The information additionally included the announcement of a multiyear license extension brokered between UEFA and EA Sports activities which resecures FIFA’s unique license to the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League and the UEFA Tremendous Cup tournaments in-game. EA first picked up the UEFA license in 2018, bringing to a close Pro Evolution Soccer’s 10-year partnership with the organisation.
In accordance with EA, the FIFA franchise has now offered greater than 325 million models over its lifetime. Take a look at our review of FIFA 21, which we scored a 7, calling it a “yr of small enhancements.” You may also discover out the six key variations seen within the FIFA 21 next-gen patch, which launched on PS5 and Xbox Series consoles in December.
In different Google Stadia information, Google just lately revealed that it’s shutting down its internal game studios in Los Angeles and Montreal, impacting 150 employees.
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