As EA backtracks on loot boxes and pay-to-win, I'm left wondering: what about FIFA?

Wesley Yin-Poole:
"Two moments from EA's E3 2018 media briefing stuck with me long after I left the blazing heat of Los Angeles.

The first was EA's dramatic Champions League trophy reveal, up close and personal as it was for me as I sat in the tiny chairs squeezed into the Hollywood Palladium's mosh pit. It made me gasp. I knew an announcement about FIFA finally getting the Champions League after years of exclusivity on PES was coming (thanks, old-school Dutch commentator who clearly doesn't understand what an NDA is). But as a football fan, seeing the actual Champions League trophy within touching distance had the hairs on the back of my neck doing a merry dance."

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PapaBop171d ago

I'm sure if pressed, EA would go into a spin worthy of a politician as to why Fifa UT packs aren't pay to win as to justify why they won't be going anywhere.

MuddyWaters170d ago

The game sells well, that seems to be the only argument that apparently needs to be made.

XiNatsuDragnel170d ago (Edited 170d ago )

EA are going spin so much in one day that Jupiter will seem just too slow.

Brexit170d ago (Edited 170d ago )

That's like saying Match Attax cards should be banned from all shops that are aimed at kids lol. No way EA will lose potential profit.