2K Games and NFL announce partnership for non-simulation games
Let's see what they're like.
What you need to know
- Today, 2K Games and the National Football League announced a game partnership.
- It only applies to non-simulation titles that don't compete with the EA Madden franchise.
- The first games are expected to launch in 2021.
- It's unclear what types of experiences they'll be.
Today, The National Football League (NFL) and 2K Games announced a partnership encompassing multiple future games. The partnership marks the return of football-themed titles to 2K's catalog. According to an email many outlets received from EA, the games will be non-simulation football experiences. It's unclear what this really means, but they're supposed to hit the market in 2021.
2K President David Ismailer said the following about the renewed partnership with the NFL.
Senior Vice President of Consumer Products at the NFL Joe Ruggiero added the following.
While it's a shame that simulation titles won't be included in this partnership, let's hope that the new experiences are fun. We can't wait to get our hands on what's in the works in 2021.
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