EA Sports FC 24 is a brand new game from EA, with the release of this title signalling the start of a new era.
EA and FIFA have split and the future of football gaming has never been more exciting.
One such strand of the EA Sports FC family is the mobile series, with FIFA Mobile failing to impress in recent years.
Fear not, as we’ve got you covered for everything you need to know about EA Sports FC’s arrival on Mobile.
Will EA Sports FC 24 Be On Mobile?
EA Sports FC 24 will almost certainly release on mobile this year, with the platform offering an important revenue stream for EA.
Whilst FIFA Mobile certainly hasn’t pulled up any trees in recent years, the arrival of EA Sports FC will usher in a new era for gaming both on console and mobile.
A rumoured centralising of the game would mean that EA Sports FC on mobile would be far more rounded and offer a much better base game, whilst building on previous iterations.
The lack of quality gameplay could also be addressed, as EA look to further expand its offering upon the release of the new game.
Of course, nothing has been confirmed yet, but we see no reason for EA to stop producing mobile games.
Further information regarding EA Sports FC 24 is set to be released in July.
Paying the Price
Of course, there is a chance that EA could abandon the free-to-play model that has been adopted for previous FIFA Mobile games.
If gameplay is improved, then attaching a small fee is unlikely to have much effect, but there will need to be changes across the board in order to make the price justifiable.
We will update this page as soon as more information is revealed for EA Sports FC 24 Mobile.
EA FC Brand Reveal
At long last, EA has revealed its new brand vision, identity, and logo for EA Sports FC. The brand design takes inspiration from the iconic shape of triangles in football.
From passing techniques to set plays, the shape is woven into the DNA of football and now EA Sports FC. The EA Sports FC brand is set to debut in over 100 matches across the biggest leagues in the world in the coming days.
Football fans can get their first look at the new brand in the wild when EA Sports FC partners including the Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1 roll out the FC content.
“This is where the story of EA SPORTS FC begins. We’re building on 30 years of leadership and history creating experiences that bring the global football community together, and continuing to take it into a fan-first future,” said Nick Wlodyka of EA Sports FC.
“EA SPORTS FC will be a symbol for the sport, a symbol of innovation and change, and we’re energized to show our fans more about the future in July.”