Once cited as proof—by no less than the boss of EA Sports at the time—that Madden NFL in fact had competition, the free-to-play browser-based sports management game QuickHit NFL is done for good as of the middle of next month.
Quick Hit Football - now officially Quick Hit NFL Football - has re-launched with all the colors, logos and nicknames of the National Football League, as well as a long anticipated three-dimensional presentation in the browser-based PC game.
Quick Hit Football, the browser-based strategy simulation, will re-launch in September with NFL licensing. Though it won't carry real-life rosters, the game's maker can cut deals with individual players, and Dallas linebacker DeMarcus Ware has been added to the stable.
Quick Hit Football, the free-to-play online football game, will bring NFL teams to its MMO-style team management simulation under one of the very few licenses the league's given to a video game of any type other than Madden.