EA Sports is still targeting a 2023 release date for its upcoming college football video game, according to a report.

That’s per college football reporter Matt Brown, who cited open record requests and sources close to the situation in his newsletter, Extra Points.

Brown reports the “industry expectation” is for all FBS programs to be included in the game. Players (and their likenesses) are also expected to be included, provided that NIL issues can be sorted out.

This will be EA Sports’ first college football video game release since NCAA 14 in July of 2013. The game went on hiatus due to concerns with players not being compensated for their name, image and likeness.

Per Brown’s report, EA Sports is planning to enhance its “dynasty mode” to reflect the changes in college football since its last release. Presumably, that will mean a larger focus on the transfer portal. Some version of “ultimate team” is also expected to be included in the game.

NCAA 14 was released on July 9, 2013.