FIFA Online 3 is to launch Korea late this year, EA Sports said today. Developed by EA Seoul Studio and published in Korea by Nexon, the title is to get a closed beta before launch. It’s to include close to 15,000 real world players from 30 leagues and 40 national teams. FIFA Online was closed down earlier this year, while FIFA Online 2 is still running. The games are free-to-play. There’s a press release here.
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FIFA Online 3
EA has made its Tencent partnership official by announcing the latter will publish FIFA Online 3 in China.