EA Sports has announced that it is going to pay tribute in FIFA 21 to Kiyan Prince, a young player from the Queen Park Rangers quarry who in 2006, at just 15 years old, was killed when he was stabbed after helping a friend to they were attacking.
Two years later, his father formed the Kiyan Price Foundation, which seeks to help young people and give them tools to improve society with their actions. With their activities they also seek to ensure that communities are free from violence.
Since 2019, the stadium of Queen Park Rangers, which plays in the English second division, changed the name of its stadium to Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium in honor of the player. Now, all these recognitions will also carry over to FIFA 21.
From now on the game will include you as one more player on the Queens Park Rangers squad in career and quick game modes. They have represented him as he could have been at his highest level (he would be 30 years old right now) and they have also recreated what would have been his physique with the help of his father and working with photos of both the 15-year-old player himself and his father with 30.
The reconstruction of his statistics, they explain, has also been done by the hand of his coaches, his teammates and his friends to try to represent what his style of play would have been and put him in FIFA 21 in the most faithful way possible. The different databases already collect that he has an overall rating of 75 and stands out in aspects such as speed and physicality.
Kiyan Prince is already available in FIFA 21 on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One and Stadia. And don’t forget you can always buy extra FUT coins in U7BUY!