EA has a strong recent history of working with Microsoft. Back in 2013, EA launched FIFA Ultimate Team Legends, an Xbox 360 and Xbox One exclusive feature which allowed players to add ‘legends’ of football to their Ultimate Team side. The publisher also launched EA Access, which is a (paid-for) Xbox One exclusive subscription service that gives subscribers access to a variety of EA games, as well as early access to demos.
It was no surprise to see upcoming FIFA title, FIFA 16, make an appearance during Microsoft’s Gamescom 2015 press conference then. Find out what EA had to say announce for FIFA 16 after the break.