One of the most played video games in the world, EA Sport’s FIFA series is set to release its latest edition soon.
FIFA 18 is expected to hit stores worldwide on the 29th of September, and if you weren’t hyped enough, here are 3 reasons why you should be.
All-new Career mode
The career mode gets deeper than ever before in FIFA 18, thanks to the Frostbite engine. Buying players is much more interesting and visual, and involves cut-scenes of negotiations between managers, the player and his agent.
The menu is totally remodeled too, with the introduction of a Squad Hub. The Squad Hub provides information about status, stats, attributes and financial detail for the team’s players.
There’s also a new Breaking News segment on the home page, showing videos of latest new stories in a Sky Sports-esque style.
Better graphics, and fuller licensing
FIFA’s edge over its main rival, Pro Evolution Soccer, has always been its licensing, and that gets even bigger in FIFA 18.
There’s also been significant improvement on the match engine, and its obvious from how good the fans look in FIFA 18.
The game day experience is as similar to the real game day licensing, and it’s certainly going to be a delight to watch.
Even the Spanish La Liga is included in the upgrade, getting the full match day package.
English Premier League managers made their debut in FIFA 17, and FIFA 18 will see the introduction of other managers around the world, such as Zinedine Zidane, Diego Simeone and Carlo Ancelotti.
The Journey II: Alex Hunter returns
One of the best parts of FIFA 17 was its new story mode, The Journey, and FIFA of course saw enough to bring it back for another run. Watch the trailer for The Journey II below.
The demo will be available for download on the 15th of September, and will let you experience the game with 10 teams: Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Juventus, Bayern Munich, PSG, LA Galaxy and Toronto FC.