EA Sports has announced that they will be launching a mobile version of the FIFA game called, FIFA Mobile. The game is based on the FIFA 17 console versions, however, FIFA Mobile will be simplified and redesigned for touch controls and a small displays.
While most of the apps and games these days, like Pokemon GO, only release for iOS and Android. However, EA Sports has confirmed that FIFA Mobile will also launch for “Windows Devices”. We assume that the game will be available for Windows 10 mobile, but the game could be compatible with Windows 10 PCs and tablets if developers take advantage of Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform app format.
For those who don’t know, Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform app format lets the same code to be used across devices.
EA Sports has revealed the Attack Mode for FIFA Mobile. In this mode the player plays some short matches of around a minute that require asynchronous gameplay. Simple saying, a player will play its side of the match then shuts the app down, the opponent can play their side afterwards.
According to EA Sports, FIFA Mobile is an all new experience with new modes for players to compete with one another.
An all-new football experience built for the mobile player featuring Attack Mode, daily live content, a fresh approach to squad building, and online leagues to compete against players worldwide.
EA Sports has revealed that FIFA Mobile will feature more than 300 leagues, 650 leagues and 17,000 players.
In related news, Senior producer, Nick Channon, for FIFA 17 announced at Gamescom 2016 that Electronic Arts could not close the deal on partnership with Serie A. However, EA has already secured deals with twenty other leagues which will be included in the game with their authentic badges and uniforms.
FIFA Mobile is scheduled to release worldwide in fall 2016 for iOS, Android and Windows devices.