EA Sports are all set to release their latest iteration, which includes Champions League licence for first time in 10 years
A new season means a brand new FIFA.
With the cold winter months stretching out ahead of us, EA Sports are once again providing your football living room fix in the form of FIFA 19.
When is FIFA 19 out?
This year’s FIFA hits the shops on Friday, September 28.
It’s being released on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC, arriving in three different versions.
There’s the Standard Edition, which is the base game with five jumbo premium gold packs for your FUT team.
Next is the Champions Edition, with those that buy this version able to play the game three days early, whilst also netting 20 gold packs.
And finally there is an Ultimate Edition, which includes everything from the first two but with a whopping 40 gold packs.
Will there be a demo?
EA have confirmed that the demo will be released on September 13.
The team featured will be –
- Bayern Munich
- Paris Saint-Germain
- Manchester City
- Manchester United
- Borussia Dortmund
- Real Madrid
- Atletico Madrid
- Tottenham Hotspur
What are the biggest new features?
As ever, there are a number of new additions both on and off the pitch to this year’s game.
The biggest is the return of the Champions League licence, which has been held by Konami for Pro Evolution Soccer since 2008.
You’ll be able to play it as a standalone tournament mode, in The Journey, Career Mode or in FUT related content.
In terms of gameplay, there is a new active touch system which will revolutionise the way players move and travel with the ball, whilst shooting has been completely reworked.
And physicality is a huge part of the game this year, as 50/50 grapples and the tackling system have been improved.
Tactics have undergone a radical overhaul, which will change the way you play the game against both the AI and your mates.