EA revealed its goals and expansions for its EA Sports FC brand and gaming ecosystem at the recently concluded EA Sports FC 24 trailer-launch event. EA is set to expand its mobile games portfolio with EA Sports FC Mobile, the rebranded version of FIFA Mobile, and EA Sports FC Tactical which is already available as early access under the name of Tactical Football in select regions. Besides these, EA also confirmed a set of Different Projects under the brand EA Sports FC including World of League Football that is set to release in the near future.
World of League Football promises a fresh outlook on soccer from the management side of things
In World of League Football, you assume control as the manager and are in charge of all facets of your club’s expansion and improvement. This covers activities like scouting and training players, choosing lineups and strategies for teams, maintaining club facilities, and more.
There are other intriguing game modes as well, including Guild tournaments, PvP duels, and stadium PvE matches. These substitutes provide an enjoyable and accurate football experience. Additionally, the game boasts over 1,000 authentic football stars from the Premier League and EFL Championship.
The game could get a release later this year as a part of EA Sports FC’s ecosystem
EA revealed a list of prospective upcoming games that might create its own EA Sports FC gaming ecosystem at the event. In addition to the standard console game EA Sports FC 24, there will be two additional titles: EA Sports FC Online and EA Sports FC Pro, which will concentrate on the game’s esports endeavors.
Alongside will be EA Sports FC Mobile and EA Sports FC Tactical will be the frontrunners from the mobile division. Furthermore, EA announced they will be expanding the FC brand and ecosystem in entirely new ways with different projects and titles, while giving a glimpse of World of League Football.
Although its unsure when World of League Football will launch globally and if it will be under the EA Sports FC brand. The game was earlier soft-launched in select regions following a pre-registration event on Android. While its clear that EA certainly has big plans with portfolio of soccer mobile games, only time will tell if World of League Football can turn out to be both fun and successfull.