Mobile Version of FIFA 14 Out Now

Posted September 24th, 2013 at 4:00 pm


Today not only brought the console release of FIFA 14 but also versions for iOS (download through iTunes) and Android (download through Google Play) devices. The game is free-to-play like Madden NFL 25’s mobile offering which means the focus is on the Ultimate Team aspect and in-app purchases. Controls are similar as it utilizes screen taps and swipes. Other features include Match Day, online multiplayer, penalty shootouts, and brilliant graphics for a phone/tablet game. $5 will unlock Kick Off, Tournament, and Manager modes. 

Featuring 33 leagues, over 600 licensed teams, and more than 16,000 players. From the English Premier League and La Liga to the German Bundesliga and beyond. March toward glory in 34 authentic stadiums. Plus, for the first time on mobile, listen to commentaries in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish!

EA SPORTS Football Club Match Day lets you follow the heartbeat of your favorite club. Play along with real-world fixtures from top leagues. Every injury, suspension, and change in team form is reflected in-game – keeping you connected wherever you are!

Earn and trade, or buy and sell FIFA players to create your own fantasy team. Choose your play style, formation, kits, and more. Compete in tournaments to earn coins, then spend them on new players and items to improve your team. Play for free or purchase packs. The choices are endless!

Hold and drag players to move them around the field, tap to pass, swipe to shoot – and more! FIFA 14’s new Touch Flow Controls put the excitement of playing the world’s most popular sport at your fingertips – literally.

Featuring a killer soundtrack with the hottest artists, from Empire of the Sun to Vampire Weekend. It’s an epic playlist only FIFA can bring you!

Upgrade your game to unlock three extra modes: Manager, Tournament, and Kick Off!

  • Keith.

    Speaking of mobile FIFA, as a 3DS owner, I think it’s absolutely despicable that EA has the balls to be charging full retail ($39.99) for FIFA 14 on 3DS.

    To recap:

    Last year, EA was busted for selling FIFA 12 in a FIFA 13 box for 3DS. Now, they’ve been busted (by Nintendo) for selling FIFA 13 in a FIFA 14 box. In other words, there have been absolutely NO gameplay, presentation, etc., upgrades in 2 years, and yet they’re once again trying to fraudulently dupe unsuspecting 3DS owners out of their hard earned $40.

    Thankfully, Nintendo’s not letting ’em get away with it, and have released a statement putting a spotlight on the situation.

    And to think there will actually be people around here who defend EA, when they win their 3rd consecutive Worst Company in America award next year. SMH

    • Weekend Roady

      Chalk that up for the Vita and PSP versions as well. While I could understand a rehash of rosters for the PSP, the Vita and 3DS are the current retail offerings and watering down their lineups (and esp. with the small Vita library) with releases like this does nothing for the current state of gaming. EA should be seeing the big picture here, being the No. 1 publisher, their fate is tied to the success of the consoles.

      • HV

        And you can add the PS2 and Wii versions. But as you’re saying, it’s doing this to the current generation of handhelds that is shameful. But then I wonder why they didn’t tried to steal also the Wii U costumers.

      • Keith.

        Metacritic currently shows a user review score of 0.1 for the Vita version, based on 8 reviews. I’d laugh if I wasn’t so disgusted.

  • jake

    This is the best looking sports game Ive ever seen on my phone.

  • Gerald T

    so much better than the cash grabbing madden 13. full game is available in game if you prefer paying $5 over just a free, ultimate team mode

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