Mobile gaming has been a prominent part of EA's catalogue and things look set to expand once EA Sports FC rolls around.
The new era will bring plenty of change, with the handheld edition almost certain to see a major overhaul.
Fans of the mobile game have been worried about its future ever since EA and FIFA's split was announced, with little info on where the franchise goes next.
Fear not, as we've got you covered for everything you need to know about EA Sports FC's arrival on Mobile.
EA Sports FC Mobile
EA Sports FC 24 will almost certainly release on mobile this year, with the platform offering an important stream of revenue for EA.
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.
EA will almost certainly look to expand the game, with improvements coming to gameplay and the overall aesthetic, finally bringing the handheld edition into the new era.
Official information regarding EA Sports FC isn't expected until July, but we'll then know what future lies ahead for the mobile edition of the game.
Release Date and Price
With no release date officially confirmed yet, we can only speculate on when EA Sports FC 24 will hit the shelves.
We do, however, have a pretty good idea of when EA's new title will likely be released, judging by the release dates of FIFA editions over recent years.
The last four FIFA editions were released on the following dates:
- FIFA 20 - 24 September 2019
- FIFA 21 - 9 October 2020
- FIFA 22 - 27 September 2021
- FIFA 23 - 27 September 2022
In previous years, the mobile version of the game has been free-to-play, but that could change once EA Sports FC rolls around.
A greater expansion would likely dictate a higher price, and it remains to be seen whether EA would prefer to make a little more money from their mobile offering.
As mentioned above, as soon as official information drops, we will update this page.
Leaks and Rumours
As we build towards the release of EA Sports FC, the hype train well and truly pulls out of the station, meaning more leaks and rumours spill out at every corner.
When it comes to EA Sports FC on mobile, there have been strong indications that the game will be brought closer to the fold, rather than being cast out like it has been in previous years.
Whilst we're not sure as to what this actually means for the future of the mobile game, it could suggest that EA may offer some more TLC to their handheld game.
All that being said, fans of the game are almost certainly going to be waiting with bated breath for official information regarding this game.
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.”