The coronavirus pandemic will not halt EA’s plans to release their annual NHL video game in the fall of 2020, according to a new report.
Hockey fans can rest assured with the knowledge that the coronavirus pandemic will not impact the upcoming release of the sport’s best-selling video game series later this year. On Tuesday, EA confirmed in a press release that the company will still release NHL 21 on time in the fall, despite the difficulties with the current situation of the world.
The confirmation of a quarter three release date for NHL 21 is a good sign, considering the handful of major video game releases that have been delayed due to the coronavirus over the last few weeks. Given the previous release dates for the NHL franchise of video games, it’s likely EA is still targeting a fall release, even though it’s unclear as to what the NHL plans to do for the remainder of the 2019-20 season and beyond. In addition, if you are in need of Cheap NHL 21 Coins, you can visit our website z2u.com.
This game started in 1917. In early-stage, this is stared with only three teams Montreal Canadians, Montreal Wanderers, and Ottawa Senators. In 1917, Montreal Wanderers became the champions. Later on the year, in 1918, two more teams joined into the game. Every year’s new teams have been joining in the NHL. By now, 31 teams are planned to play this year.
The knowledge that EA plans to release NHL 21 later this year should no doubt be comforting to fans of the long-running series with no live hockey to look forward to for the foreseeable future.