Unlike FIFA 14
, Brazilian domestic clubs and the players belonging to them don't feature in FIFA 15
. EA revealed this week that, because of changes to how Brazil's domestic league licenses players - the company didn't note what those changes might be - it failed to reach an agreement that would let players feature in its latest sportsballer.
So, while players in Brazil's national team and Brazilian players based abroad still feature, it's adeus
to the likes of Palmieras, Santos and Flamengo.
After Brazil's disassembling by Germany at the World Cup, we wonder if the country's fans would have things that way 'round. With that elephant in the room crudely dealt with, all that's left to say is FIFA 15
is coming to another bevy of platforms this year, starting with Xbox One, PS4 and PC on September 23 in North America, and September 26 in Europe.