EA Sports releases FIFA 19 on September 28 for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch and PC. While that date is still more than two weeks away, EA is set to release a demo for the game.
Fans can give the newest version from the series a spin on Thursday, September 13. We know the demo will be available on PS4 and Xbox One, but based on the tweet below, it doesn’t appear as though Switch, PC or gamers on last generation’s consoles will get a demo.
Based on the tweet, Juventus, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Manchester City, FC Bayern, BVB, Paris Saint-Germain, Tottenham, A.S. Roma and Atletic Madrid. Gamers should also get a taste of this year’s version of The Journey and UEFA Champions League play. Here is a brief description of some of the gameplay features you may want to try out in the demo as well.
Active Touch System
A system designed to change the way your players receive the ball to create unique, and signature reactions on every touch.
This new set of tactical options allows gamers to strategize and alter game plans on the fly.
A new gameplay feature that will give more control to players in every scoring opportunity.
With this new function, player attributes should decide possessions and other outcomes on the pitch during challenges.
The Next Step Real-Player Motion
Several EA Sports games have implemented RPM technology. In conjunction with the Frostbite Engine, FIFA is looking to push its overall look and experience to the next level.
– By Brian Mazique
Source – Forbes.com