EA has fleshed out the premium Live Season feature for FIFA 10, introducing a new league mode that stays toe-to-toe with all the action from the real world.

It costs. Per league, My Live Season subscriptions are 3.99 on PS3 and 400 Microsoft Points on Xbox 360 (3.40/4.80).

A season-long subscription to all six leagues - Barclay's Premier League, La Liga BBVA, Ligue 1, Bundesliga, Serie A and Mexican Primera Division - saves money at 7.99 or 800 MSP (6.80/9.60).

Each Wednesday, EA will update the My Live Season leagues, tracking results, player form, injuries, suspensions and transfers. The new mode also lets you compare your performance to that of the real-life team. Portsmouth might be top in your world.

My Live Season is only available on PS3 and Xbox 360.

FIFA 10 arrives in demo form tomorrow on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, remember.

The full football game arrives on 2nd October.

Our August hands-on impressions of FIFA 10 can fill you in on the rest.

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