EA Sports to Revive NCAA Football With A Game-Changing Addition

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Fans have long awaited the return of a college football video game, and EA Sports College Football is making a comeback, promising a significant update that fans have been clamoring for.

The new installment of this beloved sports title is scheduled for a summer 2024 release, and in a major shift, the game will now include player names and likenesses, thanks to the introduction of Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) rules. College players will have the opportunity to authorize the use of their name, image, and likeness in the upcoming game in exchange for compensation.

As reported by ESPN, EA Sports has partnered with OneTeam Partners to integrate collegiate athletes’ names and likenesses into the upcoming game. The report also mentions that over 120 FPS programs, all 10 FBS conferences, and the College Football Playoff (CFP) have already committed to participate.

However, notable colleges like Notre Dame have not yet confirmed their involvement.

While specific payment details are still being finalized, EA Sports College Football is on the horizon, promising the realism that players have longed for. Gone are the days of downloading rosters or manually adding players to the game.

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