EA has only gone and said on Twitter that FIFA 15 will be shown off next week. Next week!
FIFA 15 is the soccer sequel to FIFA 14, which makes a lot more sense than Madden, where Madden 15 is the sequel to Madden 25--I know, I know, it was because of the anniversary. A June 9 reveal would, coincidentally, be on the same day as EA's E3 2014 press conference. Of course, that's the same day as the Ubisoft, Microsoft, and Sony conferences, too.
Who knows what unimaginable soccer delights might be pressed onto this year's disc? If I was a betting man--and I am--I would say that we can probably expect a few new features summarized into pithy, back-of-the-box bulletpoints, an updated roster list, and probably at least one exploit that will crop up time and time again whenever you try and play it online.
EA's Tweet uses the hashtag #FeelTheGame, so you can fully expect to see that phrase used again in the official reveal. Logos for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC are shown in a quick video.
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