EA Sports will release its flagship football game next week, but we got a sneak peak at some of the FIFA 18 stadiums that will be included in the new edition — including four brand new to the game — and they are absolutely breathtaking.
Apparently, even eSports talents can get sent out on loan. Ajax, for decades a premier producer of precocious players, is also one of the frontrunners in the eSports world. On Thursday they signed new player Lev Vinken to their squad — and immediately sent him out on loan to league rival Sparta Rotterdam.
With the full release of FIFA 18 only nine days away (Sept. 29), we got our hands dirty with the demo, and we somehow managed to learn five things while completely disregarding a plethora of other things in our actual lives (I will call you tomorrow, Grandma). And awaaay we go.
As well as being a great football simulation, FIFA continuously promises and delivers on another now-legendary feature: its soundtrack. Painstakingly curated and providing both certified bangers and as-yet undiscovered gems, the FIFA soundtrack will annually provide you with five to six songs that will become a part of your life forever.
EA Sports has revealed the top 25 rated players in Major League Soccer for FIFA 18 and the results are pretty goofy.
I’ve never played Pro Evolution Soccer before. Every year I download the demo — one year I even got the full game — but I’ve never actually booted it up and played a match. Until this year.
You’ve sat down for a Champions League match and seen/heard the unmistakable introduction before: the anthem plays (“These are the chaaampions!”) and the video pans over a fictitious stadium with a roof made of stars and a capacity of something like two million.