Subsequent to being lost without a action for quite a long time, Electronic Arts declared today that it will make college football video games once more. EA is working with the Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC), a notable licensing partner for some schools, to make sure about the utilization of more than 100 teams in the FBS, including the stadiums, mascots, and uniforms utilized by these foundations.
EA Sports College Football is presently underway and still right off the bat in its development cycle, with no launch window as of now uncovered at this point. All the more significantly, EA Sports College Football won’t utilize any genuine names or players’ resemblances.
EA Sports College Football will be the principal college football simulation game delivered by EA after the publisher dropped the arrangement in 2013 after former college athletes brought a legal claim against EA for the unauthorized utilization of their resemblances in its NCAA Football titles. EA would arrive at a settlement in 2016 for $40 million.
The declaration of college football video games returning comes at a fascinating time for sports fans. A year ago, 2K reported that it would make NFL games once more, with the first scheduled to launch this year, yet they would be non-simulation titles because of a existing partnership among EA and the NFL.