EA has recently announced FIFA 14 during their E3 2013 conference and just when you thought that their support of the Wii U couldn’t get any worse, it does, with EA deciding to release the sequel to FIFA 13 not on the Wii U, but for Wii (and 3DS). Specifically:

EA Press Release: FIFA 14developed at EA Canada, will release worldwide within the next 12 months on Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, and is available for pre-order** now online and other retailers. A version of FIFA 14 will also release on the Xbox 360® games and entertainment system with Kinect™ from Microsoft, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system with PlayStation Move support, Windows® PC, Nintendo Wii™, Nintendo 3DS™, PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system, PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, and PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system in North America on September 24 and worldwide on September 27.FIFA 14 on mobile will be available on iPhone®, iPad®, and iPod® touch as well as Android devices this fall. Other mobile platforms will be revealed later.”

This act, however, does go in line with EA’s previous statements about the benefit they see in supporting systems where they believe an audience is existent so we can at least give them points for consistency.

[Source: EA Press]

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