A few weeks ago EA dropped a hint that it might have something new to announce from its sports division in the near future. Looks like the time has come, or at least someone else has beaten them to it.
EA Canada community man Alain Quinto tweeted that EA Sports is gearing up to reveal a brand-new game in January. Sources close to the project have told Destructoid that the new IP will be an American football game for Wii, but not just any old NFL game. Oh no.
Apparently the game is called NFL Trainer and it's all about getting players to do football-based exercises with beer. We made the beer bit up.
The rumour says it'll coach you how to throw a football not like a girl and come with a NFL football-shaped attachment.
Nothing has been officially announced by EA, but we'll let you know what the game turns out to be - even if its chances of being released over here in the UK are slim, though we do get the regular Madden games.
What do you reckon men? Would this get you off Modern Warfare 2 and into working up a sweat?
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