British pop star and former Take That member Robbie Williams has joined forces with Electronic Arts to develop its upcoming interactive soccer game, FIFA 2000.Williams has already recorded a brand-new song, "It's Only Us," for the game, but his contributions won't stop there. A statement released by Electronic Arts reveals that Williams will be "involved in many levels of the game." However, when contacted by MTV News, representatives from Electronic Arts wouldn't elaborate on what, exactly, that involvement entails. Williams, a huge fan of the sport, said in a press statement that "FIFA is the best football game in the world. I've played all the others and it is the best, bar none." This isn't the only soccer-oriented project that Williams has lined up. As we previously reported, the singer is scheduled to appear in a cameo role in an upcoming British soccer film, "There's Only One Jimmy Gimble" (see "Robbie Williams To Contribute
To BBC Soccer Film"). Williams also participated in a celebrity charity soccer match a few months back, along with members of Iron Maiden, Bush, Blur, Prodigy, and others (see "Robbie Williams, Bush, Prodigy, Iron Maiden, Others To Take Soccer Field").