FIFA World Cup content announced during EA investor call

By Dave Cook, Wednesday, 30 October 2013 10:20 GMT

FIFA will be getting some kind of World Cup content to tie in with the Brazilian tourney next year. It was announced during EA’s investor call last night, but it’s not yet clear if this is a full game or an expansion for FIFA 14.

We reported on the full investor call here, during with EA confirmed that Titanfall is not coming to PS4.

SeekingAlpha picked up on CEO Andrew Wilson’s mention of FIFA World Cup.

He said, “In the last 2 weeks, you’ve also seen several announcements about our product slate for the remainder of this year and into FY ’15. We are refining our focus on our biggest brands and great new IP in development, including The Sims 4, EA SPORTS UFC, FIFA World Cup and Dragon Age: Inquisition.”

We’ll have more on this as it transpires. Would you like to see this come out as DLC? Let us know below.

Via Videogamer.

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