The publishing claims this expands the internet game's reach to possibly 80 million gamers across the new territories.Finally, EA said it's six cellular FIFA titles in development, which range from simulation into"special arcade formats offering new strategies to play for everyone."
The FIFA franchise has sold more than 325 million units within its lifetime, with participant count for FIFA 21 already tracking ahead of the record-breaking FIFA 20.
EA extends UEFA license, with multiple FIFA mobile games from your works.Electronic Arts has announced that the multiyear UEFA license extension, preserving its exclusivity price for the FIFA franchise. The arrangement offers FIFA the exclusive rights to the Champions League, the Europa League and Super Cup.The publisher announced that the franchise will soon be launch on Stadia for first time around March 17th, together with the release of FIFA 21 on the platform. An interestingly timed announcement, provided that Google has lately changed leadership with Stadia, declaring that it was shutting its internal development studios.
EA also announced additional FIFA projects, for example, development of multiple mobile names -- six titles are currently in the works, which range from authentic simulation into special arcade formats.Additionally, EA announced the expansion of PC free-to-play name FIFA Online 4 to 15 additional niches. The game will be available for the very first time in Russia, Poland, Turkey, and much more.