A demo of EA's new FIFA World Cup game will be released tomorrow on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live.

In it you'll be able to play as tournament favourites Spain or football stalwarts Italy, trying out the optional two-button control system while saving and sharing your replays on EA Football World.

EA took the chance to also announce that the game's soundtrack had been compiled by 28 artists in 20 different countries. This apparently highlights the tribal and rhythmical musical landscape of Africa, where the World Cup is being staged this summer.

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