EA Sports College Football has been delayed until 2024, as the third-party developer will return to gaming after a 10-year hiatus. The last time we heard from this game was in the summer of 2021.
At the time, the United States Supreme Court had legally granted Electronic Arts the right to real-time player usage, which was one of the primary worries of gamers. With genuine teams and players, all parties will be paid from the game, and we expect that micro-transactions will be limited.
Extra Points’ Matt Brown announced this week that EA COLLEGE FOOTBALL has been postponed until summer 2024. Given that EA is making huge changes with FIFA exiting and the firm launching EA Sports FC in 2023, it’s ideal for them to focus entirely on the return of College Football rather than rushing a product to market.
EA SPORTS PGA TOUR, the first true next-gen golf game created from the ground up on current systems, will also be released in spring 2023. This story will be updated later today with the official notice of the delay and why it occurred.
Per multiple sources familiar with the situation, EA is expected to announce tomorrow morning around 10 AM ET that EA Sports College Football will be delayed until 2024. More details to come tomorrow. https://t.co/iatNaUnnEz
— Matt Brown (@MattBrownEP) November 22, 2022
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