FIFA’s AI-Powered Mobile Game

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FIFA’s AI-Powered Mobile Game

In recent news, it has been officially confirmed that EA and FIFA have split, and now both companies have revealed their plans for the future of soccer video games. EA is developing a new simulation game called EA Sports FC, while FIFA has launched a new mobile game titled AI League. The game is currently available on Android in an open beta, with an iOS version set to be released in the near future.

Developed by Altered State Machine, AI League is a casual football game that allows players to coach and manage AI-controlled teams consisting of four players. Each AI footballer has unique traits that define their strengths and weaknesses, giving players the ability to create teams with their favorite talent combinations. The game is designed to offer players fun and tactical moments throughout gameplay.

Interestingly, the game is branded with the 2022 men’s World Cup in Qatar, which took place last year, instead of the upcoming 2023 women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Despite this, the game’s exciting gameplay features and unique approach to soccer video gaming have been generating interest among fans of the sport.

AI League was previously announced as part of a series of Web3 experiences from FIFA, which are expected to pave the way for the company’s post-EA future. With its focus on innovation and unique gameplay features, AI League is a promising sign of things to come for FIFA and soccer video games in general. Fans of the sport are eagerly anticipating the release of the iOS version of the game and the opportunity to build their dream team of AI footballers.

As we enter the year 2023, soccer fans and gamers alike are eagerly anticipating the release of EA Sports FC, the latest soccer game from Electronic Arts. With the end of the longtime partnership between FIFA and EA Sports, the stage is set for a new era in the world of soccer video games.

Despite the end of their collaboration, FIFA president Gianni Infantino has remained confident in the FIFA brand and its dominance in the world of soccer gaming. In a statement last year, he boldly proclaimed that the FIFA name would remain “the only authentic, real game” and “the best one available for gamers and football fans.”

While the focus so far has been on more casual games with blockchain elements, FIFA has teased the development of a major new simulation football game for 2024. Infantino has been equally bullish about the future of the FIFA franchise, promising that “the new FIFA game – the FIFA 25, 26, 27 and so on – will always be the best egame for any girl or boy.”

As we await the release of EA Sports FC and the next chapter in the FIFA franchise, fans can only wonder what exciting new features and innovations will be included in these highly anticipated games. Whether you’re a die-hard soccer fan or a casual gamer, it’s clear that 2023 is shaping up to be an interesting year for soccer games.

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