#GamingBytes: All you need to know about FIFA 19
FIFA 19 is an upcoming video game by Electronic Arts. The game will be available across all platforms from September 28 onwards and fans cannot wait to try out the new gameplay. Since FIFA has stuck to the Frostbite engine, the graphics can be expected to be similar to FIFA 18 with only slight improvements. Read all about FIFA 19 here.
What are the biggest changes coming to FIFA 19?
While gameplay improvements look promising in FIFA 19, fans are looking forward to the Champions League and the final chapter of 'The Journey'. Champions League was recently added to FIFA and there will be a separate tournament in kick-off and career modes. There will also be a separate Champions League Mode. Gamers can go up against the best teams in the biggest club competition.
Dribbling with the stars
Gamers, who invested in Alex Hunter's story, can finally see the end of 'The Journey'. Alex will be playing at Real Madrid in the final chapter. While Alex is playing at the highest level of club football, his sister Kim will be a part of the US women's national football team. Gamers can play as these characters as well as Alex's rival-turned-friend, Danny Williams.
Can't wait for FIFA 19: Try their demo
For gamers, who cannot wait to try out the new FIFA 19, there is good news. The demo will most likely be available from September 13. It will be free for console gamers. Reportedly, there will be thirteen teams on the demo, however, only nine have been confirmed till now.
Which are the nine confirmed teams?
The nine confirmed teams are Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Paris-Saint Germain, Bayern Munich, Tottenham Hotspur, Juventus, Atletico Madrid and Dortmund. This gives players access to some of the best teams at the very start of the game.
When and how to get the game?
FIFA 19 will be available across all platforms from September 28. People, who order the Champions League Edition or the Ultimate Edition, will get the game three days in advance on September 25. The game is available for pre-order and the standard edition costs approximately $65, while the Champion edition is $90 and Ultimate edition around $100.