EA Sports FC 24 is a football simulation game developed and published by EA Sports.
It’s the first game in EA’s annual football series to not be tied to the official FIFA license.
New details on EA Sports FC 24's player and manager career modes will be unveiled in a deep dive trailer tomorrow.
EA Sports FC titles will continue to feature official licenses for all Premier League teams, players, Astadiums, sponsors, kits, and more.
"There are a few differences, just because of the hardware, but the game’s running great," says John Shepherd, VP and executive producer at EA.
An extensive new trailer highlights some of the biggest improvements being made to the on-pitch action in EA Sports FC 24.
EA Sports will premiere a gamplay trailer for the upcoming football sim at 8 AM PT.
EA Sports FC 24 will be the first time that FIFA has seen any sort of feature parity between the Nintendo Switch and other platforms.
The Standard Edition retails for $69.99 on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC, while the Nintendo Switch version costs $59.99.
True to leaks, the Ultimate Edition cover features in-game renders of 31 different past and present male and female football stars.
A new trailer showcases several football stars, including Manchester City striker Erling Haaland, the Standard Edition's rumored cover star.
The game's Ultimate Edition cover will allegedly also see Haaland accompanied by 30 other male and female football stars.
This year's game will be EA Sports' first ever football sim to not bear the FIFA name, and is due to be revealed sometime this month.
Rumours indicate that we will be getting a reveal event for the upcoming EA Sports FC some time in the middle of July.
As previously confirmed, 2023 will see EA's popular yearly football franchise changing its name from FIFA to EA Sports FC.
The FIFA franchise will be rebranding itself as EA Sports FC starting this year, but it will continue to hold exclusive licensing rights to the Premier League.
FIFA and EA will officially go their separate ways after the developer releases the next FIFA game this year.
EA hasn't been shy about discussing its dissatisfaction with its FIFA licensing agreement, and could soon be making significant changes.
EA Sports has filed for trademarks that suggest that it might indeed be gearing up to rebrand its FIFA series of football sims.