We no longer have to wonder what the future will hold for FIFA. Recently, the soccer governing body announced that it is working on a collection of Web3 video games ahead of the upcoming World Cup taking place in Qatar between November 20th and December 18th. As of this writing, FIFA has four Web3-based soccer games in the works.
The first is called AI League. This will be a casual four-on-four soccer game played between characters that are controlled by artificial intelligence. In this game, players will act as coaches offering their input during tactical moments. Users will also have the ability to collect and trade these AI characters.
The next game is Uplandme, a game set in the Upland Metaverse. This title uses virtual properties, allowing players to travel to a recreated version of Lusail Stadium as well as the FIFA village. Users can shop for items in the village to customize their virtual homes.
The third game on the list is called the MatchDay Challenge. Through the use of cards based on social predictions, players can collect and own the names, images, and likenesses of pro soccer players.
The last game being released by FIFA is called Phygti. This mobile fan engagement app allows users to capture and “eternalize” their favorite FIFA World Cup picture and video moments.
All of these video game experiences will be available to play on the newly launched FIFA+Playzone and FIFA+Collect websites. More launches are planned in the near future so be on the lookout for a host of other exciting FIFA-inspired games.
(All information was provided by FIFA, Google, and IGN)
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