EA’s FIFA predicts the world champions for the fourth year in a row

EA used its FIFA streak to correctly predict the winner of the World Cup for the fourth straight year.

The entire tournament was simulated in FIFA 23 which produced Argentina as the ultimate winners with Lionel Messi winning the Golden Boot and Emi Martínez the Golden Glove. The predictions were released on November 8thlong before the tournament had started.

The game’s ability to predict the winner for the fourth straight year is a testament to the accuracy of the official FIFA rankings, but of course real-world uncertainty means that not everything has been correctly predicted.

For starters, of course, it was Frenchman Kylian Mbappe who won the Golden Boot after scoring a hat-trick in the final that ultimately wasn’t enough for the European team to beat Argentina.

The game also predicted that Argentina would face Brazil in the final while France is in third place. Instead, Brazil were eliminated from the tournament by Croatia in the quarterfinals.

You can still relive the World Cup yourself in FIFA 23 via each game mode, but if you’re back to your Ultimate Team routine, check out the Eurogamer guide to World Cup Swaps Tokens.

This will also be the last EA soccer title to bear the FIFA name, with the publisher announcing that the next game will be called EA Sports FC.

Download at: https://www.eurogamer.net/eas-fifa-predicts-world-cup-winner-for-fourth-time-in-a-row

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