Talking about FIFA in today’s gaming industry is prone to causing confusion. Why? After decades of being associated with EA Sports’ football game, the contract termination that should have occurred after the 2022 World Cup will make EA no longer use this name. The word or writing “FIFA” will now refer to the real main organization in the real world, which has already expressed interest in developing more games with other developers. Their first project after EA’s death? Believe it or not, straight away 4 pieces of blockchain based games!
It didn’t take long for FIFA to immediately “sell” the rights to their Qatar 2022 World Cup to four games, all of which are Web 3.0-based games with blockchain-based technology as the basis. They are the AI League: FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Edition, FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 in the Upland Metaverse, FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 on Phygtl, and Matchday Challenge: FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Edition. What’s more interesting? Some of these games will even include prediction features with physical or digital rewards.
FIFA’s first project after EA is 4 games based on web 3.0 with blockchain technology.
There is no information yet whether the FIFA organization has appointed an AAA class developer to develop what class of football games EA has offered so far or not. What do you think of FIFA’s first step after EA? Rational or look ugly?