It’s official. EA Sports is making a College Football Game, or better said, it’s making a return. Today, Electronic Arts announced that the development of a new College Football Game is started. The game, however, won’t feature real names or real college football players simply due to the $40 million class-action claim by players that led to the cancellation of the Football series.
As EA Sports stated, the game will feature “more than 100 institutions featuring the logos, stadiums, uniforms, gameday traditions, and more that fans have come to know and love”.
Is good to see EA and CLC’s partnership being revived, as they will bring a fresh football experience to all the youngsters around the globe, even if it won’t include real player’s names, but logos, stadiums, uniforms, and other things.