Electronic Arts have provided some details in regards to the upcoming multiplatform title, “FIFA 14.” According to a report by the NeoGAF forum, the publisher told investors that the latest “FIFA” video game will be coming out this year. The soccer title will be a cross-generation release, meaning that it will launch on the current-generation platforms in addition to the PS4 and Xbox 720 next-generation systems. In the same conference, Electronic Arts also suggested that all their future titles, including “FIFA 14,” may have a manufacturer’s suggested retail price tag of $69.99 at launch with built-in micro-transaction DLC.
“FIFA 14” is slated to be released sometime in late 2013, which is around the same time frame as the launches for the PS4 and Xbox 720. Sony officially announced the PS4 on Feb. 20 at their Playstation Meeting press conference that was held in New York. You can check out some images of the PS4 accessories and menus in the slideshow at the top of this article. Microsoft is rumored to be holding their event on April 26 to unveil the Xbox 720.