In what would be the publishers’ last dance at the FIFA World Cup, EA Sports correctly predicted Argentina as World champions, hitting the mark on four predictions.
The simulation of the World Cup runs through an unscientific time, despite just being missed. On Sunday at the real world cup, Argentina beat France on penalties after a 3-3 draw at home in regular and extra time. The EA forecast reflected a second place in Germany, but France was third. Since FIFA predicted, Lionel Messi has won the Golden Boot most of the tournament’s tournament goals, although Frances Kylian Mbappe fumbled a hat-trick in the final to overtake Messis 11 goals in the tournament.
The 35-year-old won the World Cup Golden Ball on November 8th, a FIFA 23 forecast award and became a world cup winner. We’re going to say that EA Sports got the overall score here. Or another term Yanks only use for talking about football like fictitious agreement.
A sports agency correctly selected Europe in the year 2010 (with FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa); Germany 2014 (with 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil) and France in the year 2018 (with FIFA 18).
Electronic Arts and FIFA will move after the second installment of the global bestseller’s recent installment. It’s been 30 years since the release of a three-year partnership. The next release, expected in autumn, is called EA Sports FC and must not have any trademarks or symbols of FIFA.
Actually, they would be necessary only in four years, when the next World Cup tournament will be held in North America. FIFA announced that it is in partnership with publishers, studios and investors in the development of [a] big new simulation soccer title for 2024.