Gaming company announces plans to release unlicensed college football video game called Gridiron Champions
It appears one company is doing its part to bring college football video games back from the dead and on to the latest generation of consoles.
Atlanta-based gaming company iMackulate Vision Gaming (also known as IMV) announced plans to release an unlicensed “college football” video game called Gridiron Champions to be released in 2020. They plan to make the game available on Xbox, PlayStation and PC at a price tag of $59.99.
In the released statement from IMV, the company’s CEO envisions this game taking up the absence created by the cancellation of the NCAA Football series by EA Sports.
Gridiron Champions will offer a unique experience to gamers by allowing them the opportunity to customize player uniforms, stadiums, fan atmosphere and recreate pageantry though this unique college football experience. “There is no college football game on the market that offers a creative experience like Gridiron Champions and we’re excited to be the first to hit the marketplace in 2020, “said Alex Lewis, CEO of IMV.
IMV claims to have sold over 1,300 units of the game via pre-sale.
Here is a video from Sports Gamers Online that reveals more information on the announced Gridiron Champions game:
What do you think? Is this something that would interest you considering EA Sports has no plans to make an NCAA Football title at the moment?