EA and FIFA are ending their long-standing partnership of games, and it could be the best thing to happen to the sports franchise in a long time.
Instead, EA will make self-branded soccer games instead of FIFA. Meanwhile, FIFA games will continue to release — just with a new developer at the helm.
All of this comes after rampant rumors that the two were splitting after EA made new trademark filings, and while it may not be surprising, it's good news for people who love FIFA games.
FIFA 22 was released with positive-to-mixed reviews, but it was a sign that the long-running IP was on its last legs. Complaints included an over-reliance on microtransactions, a lack of important improvements, and general "it's more of the same" sentiments.Read more on screenrant.com