247 Sports reports that a new college football video game is in the works.
Gridiron Champions is the first video game to feature college football since EA Sports’ NCAA Football 14, which came out five years ago.
Instead of portraying real-life college athletes, the game will have “fully-customizable rosters with 126 teams and a four-team playoff mode.”
In a press release, Mackulate Vision Gaming said
“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. Over 1,300 gamers have purchased Gridiron Champions as pre-launch item since May 2017.”
Gridiron Champions is set to debut in 2020.
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— SEC Football News (@SECfootball) April 23, 2018