Whelp, EA and NEXON announced their joint project, and it turns out this one is for the sports fans. The companies dropped some videos detailing FIFA Online 4. The companies’ announcement bills the game as having been built with a “next-generation engine,” but offers no details on what said engine might be. They’ve also stated that AI functionality has been improved.

Unfortunately for FIFA fans, the companies did not say that the game would be making its way west. The Closed Beta is set to launch in South Korea next month, while more information will be offered at G-Star 2017.

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  1. Derpina on November 5, 2017

    You under estimate the brainless fan base

  2. ninetenduh on November 4, 2017

    yay, a Pay 2 Win Fifa game that will shut down within a few months because everyone hates Nexon. EA couldn’t have picked a worse Partner for it. It will have the worst possible Monetization.

  3. Tero on November 3, 2017

    My first reaction was ‘Really?’, but thinking more on it this could be some serious $$$ for them assuming it turns out halfway playable.

  4. lay on November 2, 2017

    looks like dogshit