EA Sports College Football video game returns

EA Sports Announces Return of College Football Video Game

Electronic Arts announced the return of one of its most beloved video game titles Tuesday, informing social media followers that the publisher will release a new College Football product for the first time in almost eight years.

Although the game is not expected to secure an N.C.A.A. license, it could feature the likenesses of select players, stadiums, and logos — according to a February 2nd report posted by the New York Times.

Rich History of Electronic Arts Sports Video Games

Led by the flagship Madden NFL franchise, Electronic Arts (or EA Sports) has been a household name since the 1990s. The company still releases a yearly version of its popular offering despite consumer backlash associated with lack of gameplay improvements.

The company is also known for its legacy hockey, soccer, baseball, and basketball games such as NBA Live.

However, EA Sports along with other major video game publishers have moved their content to digital sales only in recent years as corporations seek to fully monetize and up-sell premium services or unique features such as a player’s likeness.

Will Gameplay Improvements Be Made Over ’14 Installment?

With nearly eight years since the last release of a College Football game, EA Sports’ new offering could very well incorporate any number of modern improvements made to the sister Madden NFL franchise.

Yet the anticipated negotiations over the licensing aspect could also present issues in which development time is reduced in order to release the game to the public at the earliest possible convenience.

Although no definitive date has been established for the game’s release, the product could hit the virtual shelves as soon as this summer.


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