The team behind FIFA Street 4 thought it was best not to add licensed clubs to the video game’s online modes.
“We wanted to remove the frustration of having the online experience reduced to matches only featuring super power clubs, which is common in FIFA,” NowGamer quoted the representative saying.
Other info given in the published statement informed fans that favorite players from top clubs would still be available, although only after unlocking them in World Tour.
“We anticipate the FIFA Street online experience to be much more competitive, because players can level up their squads in online matches, so there’s motivation to play well even when losing.”
FIFA Street 4 is promoted by top Barcelona footballer Lionel Messi and is expected to get good reviews from UK gamers.