If you're anything like me, NCAA Football by EA Sports was a staple in your video game collection until litigation brought the title to a halt in 2014.
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IMV Gaming has announced a partnership with Big Ant Studios that could deliver a new college football masterpiece. The game is tentatively titled Gridiron Champions and is in the process of completing funding for a speculated 2019 release.
According to Michael Straw of Sports Gamers Online, “Gridiron Champions is currently scheduled for a 2019 release date on PC and the latest consoles, giving the team the time they want to hit their 2017 funding goal and spend the entirety of 2018 developing.”
As IMV is trying to raise $5 million to fund the game, news has leaked that this first edition may not have actual college names, logos, mascots, and more. This was obviously one of the biggest draws and selling points of the EA Sports franchise since it debuted as Bill Walsh College Football in 1993.
While you wait for further news on the possible return of an NCAA football video game, let's relive the 1993 version in all its 16-bit glory.