Durban Sandshark Posted July 21, 2022 Report Share Posted July 21, 2022 We got confirmation from EA Sports that the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar (and the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia-New Zealand) is in the upcoming FIFA 23 video game, the final part of the 30-year partnership between Electronic Arta and FIFA due to the former's disagreements and not renewing over rising contractual money fees and other contractual demands before FIFA strikes on its own henceforth starting with FIFA 24. Something to the tune of $250 million annually in licensing starting with FIFA 24 EA balked and rejected over and will rebrand its soccer video game title as EA Sports FC. The FIFA World Cup trophies appear in morphing mode at 1:30-1:33. But it doesn't provide any details and info on those modes or the jerseys the teams will be sporting, which will all be detailed very soon in due time. I sincerely hope, unlike the 2018 installment, EA Sports and FIFA will fully go all out in their confederation qualification realms with both men and women even with nations that start out qualifying but not finishing (excluding Russia, of course) and the intercontinental playoffs teams. More comprehensiveness this time, hopefully. Women's club teams and leagues will be included too for the first reflecting with the first female global cover co-endorser in Australia's (and Chelsea's) Sam Kerr with Kylian Mbappe: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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