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EA Sports Releases Teaser Trailer for College Football 25 Video Game

It's happening, folks.

EA Sports is officially releasing a new college football video game for the first time in over a decade and it's coming this summer! 

The game was originally scheduled to release in the summer of 2023 but was pushed back a year to give the developers more time and to also get everything sorted out with the NIL side of it. 

EA will allow FBS players the ability to opt-in to the video game, according to Michael Rothstein of ESPN. If a player does not want to be put into the game, a generated player will be put in his place. And yes, the student-athletes will receive compensation for being in the game, per the ESPN report:

"Details -- such as how much an athlete will receive and the structure of payments -- are still being finalized, but the EA Sports representative said the goal is to be "as inclusive and equitable as possible." On the OneTeam website, the company stated that if the influence of individual sales couldn't be figured out -- including for video game licensing -- then "revenue will be divided equally among the athletes included in each licensing program."

Thursday morning, EA Sports released a teaser trailer for the game.

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