The future of football gaming has been revealed.
EA has unexpectedly unveiled the brand identity of their future franchise, EA SPORTS FC. Back in May 2022, EA Sports announced that its partnership with FIFA, football’s global governing body, would be ending in 2023, making FIFA 23 the last EA-produced football game with FIFA in its title. EA were quick to announce that they would continue to produce football games under the new EA Sports FC title.
Today, EA confirmed once again that they are keen to release the most authentic football simulator, with more details to come this July.
Join the Club https://t.co/w1dtuLclDp
— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) April 6, 2023
The new logo and brand identity is inspired by the triangle according to EA stating that “the triangle has revolutionized football again and again since the birth of Total Football in the 70’s, now it can serve as a proud badge for the evolutions of football to come”. The new badge is also mentioned to come “from the isometric polygons that make up our game to the chemistry triangles that exist in Ultimate Team to the player indicator across every match”.
The announcement of the new brand also confirmed a number of competitions and leagues that will feature in EA’s next football chapter, such as:
- Premier League
- La Liga
- Ligue 1
- Serie A
- Liga Portugal
- Superliga Argentina
- Saudi Pro League
- Chinese Super League
- K League
- Superliga Romania
- Turkish Super Lig
- Champions League
- Europa League
- Conference League
- CONMEBOL Libertadores
- CONMEBOL Sudamericana
- NWSL (Women)
- D1 Arkema (Women)
- BWSL (Women)
EA SPORTS FC is the next chapter in The World’s Game.
We can’t wait to show you the future of football, sign up at @EASPORTSFIFA to Join The Club this July.
— Premier League (@premierleague) April 6, 2023
As mentioned above, we will have more news about the game features and licenses starting in July. However, EA assured its fan base that game modes such as Ultimate Team, Career Mode, Pro Clubs and VOLTA Football will return with more than 19,000+ licensed players, 700+ teams, 100+ stadiums and 30 leagues.