FIFA 17 will be "the only La Liga official videogame", as both publisher Electronic Arts and La Liga ambassador Fernando Morientes announced at Santiago Bernabéu during the game's official presentation. After I heard that I want to ask: "Is there a chance that Konami actually making option file exporting simple would be breaking the terms of the licence and get them in legal trouble? At this point it is the only logical conclusion."
The issue isn't about the licencing at this point, as they already have options to do exactly that, just more laborious.
The problem they've had is that they can't get Sony or Microsoft to agree to allow user created content to be loaded onto the console, nor do they allow other users profiles to be exchanged. This means that they are limited to what they do allow, i.e. importing images (for Sony at least).
Personally I can't see why they can't negotiate to allow them to use .txt files as basically instructions for the system to do the editing themselves (with the image files), but it's a complicated problem for them.
At this point though, that's their problem. They are losing customers to a lack of key licences, and the way around it isn't yet made easy enough for many users. They will likely know and realise this and will be moving to fix it (i.e. PES 2016 was better on this front than PES 2015). We'll see what they come up with.
We may end up with a Serie A type situation where the vast majority of top division sides are licenced, we don't know yet. We'll have to wait and see on that front.
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