Demo for FIFA 18 available now

Posted September 12th, 2017 at 10:00 am

EA Sports has today released a demo for FIFA 18 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. This is the first opportunity to play FIFA 18 in advance of its EA Access trial that is expected to begin on September 20. The demo provides an early preview experience of The Journey’s second season continuing the story of Alex Hunter along with basic exhibition matches.

Experience FIFA 18’s Real Player Motion Technology, a groundbreaking animation system that unlocks a new level of realistic, responsive, and fluid gameplay. Player Personalities give some of the biggest stars in the world the distinct traits of their real-world counterparts, Team Styles let players mimic their favourite clubs’ on-field tactics, and Immersive Atmospheres bring some of the football world’s most famous stadiums to life during matches. Plus, enjoy the brand-new broadcast overlays for LaLiga and MLS, as well as vibrant and region-specific sights and sounds that make football’s biggest stadiums come to life.

12 clubs are included in the demo: Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Atetico de Madrid, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, LA Galaxy, Toronto FC, Boca Juniors, C.D. Guadalajara, and Vissel Kobe. Four stadiums are featured with Santiago Bernabeu, La Bombonera, King Fahd, and StubHub Center.

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  • WilsonRamos

    Think FIFA is better this year

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    • Flounder

      I have to agree. Played both demos, and FIFA is notably improved this year over last. It already has the advantage of having the slick presentation, licenses, etc. If the gameplay is close to as good as PES, then it’s a no-brainer win for FIFA IMO.

      • WilsonRamos

        I agree I think pes last two years has rested on its laurels and not worked hard enough on the off the field aspects. Still great gameplay but One of the worst commentarys as well

  • SockfulOfNickels

    Hopefully they finally will change it so you can have a strategy other than having defenders just run like idiots at whoever has the ball and never get tired. Even vs. CPU last year that’s pretty much how every team played, pressure, pressure, pressure.

  • SockfulOfNickels

    I played one game and I know it’s a small sample size but it felt and looked EXACTLY like last year to me. What did you guys see as improvements on the pitch? Right now I’m thankful for the demo because I won’t be spending a dollar on it.