FIFA Online video games

FIFA Online
Genres Online Sport
Developer(s) Electronic Arts, Neowiz Games

The FIFA Online video games are a series of online only video games based on FIFA released specifically for the Asian market with a focus on free-to-play model.

Fifa Online

The first game released in the series co-developed by EA and Neowiz Games.[1]

Fifa Online 2

Co-developed by EA and South Korean developer Neowiz Games who has a game portal named Pmang, has thus far been released in various countries and regions. As of July 2006 the game has a record of 180,000 simultaneous users. In the end of 2008 a South East Asian version was announced and began commercial service on January 23, 2009.

FIFA Online (western version)

Code named FIFA Online 3, FIFA Online is the western version of the successful Asian FIFA Online 2. This time the development was completely in-house between EA Singapore and EA Canada, and the game is currently in Open Beta in Europe and the Americas. This was the only fully licensed 2010 FIFA World Cup videogame for the PC platform available. Similar to the "Ultimate Team" mode of the console FIFA offerings, the game focuses on building your dream team by negotiating contracts and winning player cards.

FIFA Online 3

The third installment in the series developed by Spearhead, an EA company.

FIFA World

Another FIFA online game focused on western market, which is developed by EA Canada.

FIFA Online 4

The upcoming fourth installment in the series.

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