Fifa 19 demo release date and details finally announced by PlayStation | Gaming News
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Players will at last be able to get their hands on a limited version of the game on 13 September.
That will be ahead of the full version of the game, which comes out on 28 September.
The demo mode only allows players access to a limited number of teams and game modes. But it appears to have been chosen to allow people to play the most exciting new additions to the game.
They include the Champions League, which is now fully licensed. That means that the game will faithfully recreate the tournament itself, including playing the song and showing the familiar visuals whenever you start a game within it.
And it will also give people a chance to try out some of the Journey mode. It will be the last time that players get to see star Alex Hunter, who joins Real Madrid – and perhaps a chance to see how EA Sports have dealt with the fact that it appeared to prominently include Cristiano Ronaldo before he left the club.
Players will also get to play normal matches within the kickoff mode, with a limited number of teams. Juventus, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Manchester City, Bayern Munich, PSG, Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Roma and Spurs are all featured in the game.
Fifa 19 brings a whole host of new features, including changes to the ever present kickoff mode. Those include major new rule changes including the chance to play with no fouls, for instance, though it’s not clear whether those will be available in the demo.
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