Football-loving gamers were shaken by a news that fell like a bombshell a few months ago. So much so that the roads were separated with EA, which holds the naming rights of FIFA. Official statements mean that FIFA, one of the world’s most popular football game series, will not be named with the same name again.
The latest news suggests that the FIFA series may continue in a completely different dimension. Because in the statements made by FIFA, it was stated that the work on 4 new games continues. The biggest common point of these games is that they are focused on the metaverse and web 3.0.
The first of the games announced by the company was “AI League”. AI League, which comes across as an ordinary football game in which 4 on 4 matches will be played, will be a production in which players will coach. Players who can collect characters and trade them will be able to participate in the game at critical moments.
Another announcement was about “Upland“, one of the most popular metaverse ecosystems in the world. Collaborating with FIFA, Upland added the special content it created for the Qatar 2022 World Cup finals to the metaverse ecosystem within the scope of this cooperation. Thus, users will be able to visit the replicas of some stadiums, acquire products such as clothes and household goods, and customize their avatars in Upland.
On the other hand; Collaboration was also made with the metaverse ecosystem called Phygtl. As part of this cooperation, special content was created and presented to users for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Another production FIFA is working on is “Matchday“. Players who will face their friends in Matchday, which is a card game, will try to be the best…