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Topic: Why the name change for FIFA on the Switch might not be a big deal

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Nintendoforlife

Back in 2012 Fifa released on the PSVita under the name FIFA football. Different from every other version's name of FIFA 12. The very next year it was included in the mainstream of yearly titles, and thus gained the name FIFA 13. What I am pointing out is how EA might just wait to see how FIFA sells on the switch, before confirming yearly games by using the year in the title.

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ValhallaOutcast

Having the year in the title does not guarantee 19 would be released next year

They surely could make this FIFA 18 and if it doesn't sell don't make a 19

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Nintendoforlife

It doesn't guarantee per say, but it does raise expectations for another release. Rather than with just EA Sports Football, which sounds like just a random soccer game.

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ValhallaOutcast

@Nintendoforlife that's true but calling it EA FIfa on the switch (or whatever) makes people think its less of a game, not buy it and than we wont get one next year.

its a very odd situation

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Oh, just like the Vita. That gives me a lot of confidence.

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Nintendoforlife

@kkslider5552000 I think you should find confidence in the fact something similar happened, and the result was full support. But if I had to choose I agree I wish it didn't happen with the Vita of all things.

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