FIFA 19 is going big on the Spanish league with 16 brand new stadiums in the game.
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FIFA 19 recently held a closed beta which was under embargo - but that hasn't stopped images and videos leaking out.
Anyone's who's fussed with FIFA Ultimate Team will know how important chemistry is to the performance of your players.
Real Madrid have announced their new signing: Alex Hunter from the FIFA story mode.
FIFA 19 will have the Chinese league, according to online reports.
FIFA 19's Ultimate Team has a brand new mode called Division Rivals.
EA Sports has expanded and revamped the standard kick-off for FIFA 19, adding a survival mode and letting you turn off the referee.
FIFA 19 gameplay has leaked online.
The video, below, was published onto the FIFA subreddit by user WhadaFack and shows 10 minutes of the upcoming football game.
The first thing of note is the new menu for standard kick-off, which looks a lot cleaner than in FIFA 18. There are new options for kick-off, too, including "house rules" and "best of series", as well as new "advantage settings", which suggests kick-off mode will have more to it this year.
There were a few stars of this year's superb World Cup: Luka Modric, Kylian Mbappé and Harry "slab-head" Maguire to name but a few. But it could be argued VAR outshone them all.
I played FIFA 19 for an afternoon at a recent hands-on preview event, and what stood out for me were the new animations.
I've already reported on the new timed finishing mechanic, but it's worth going into detail on the animations that form a part of FIFA 19's active touch system.
New animations are hardly revolutionary for FIFA, but as someone who's put a lot of time into FIFA 18, I can report FIFA fans will definitely notice them - and they do let you do things you've never been able to before.
FIFA 19 will include pack odds disclosures, EA has confirmed to Eurogamer.
Two moments from EA's E3 2018 media briefing stuck with me long after I left the blazing heat of Los Angeles.
When EA Sports released the free World Cup update for FIFA 18, some players thought it played differently compared to the main game. Actually, it was more than some - there were loads of players who thought it played differently.
These players, who suspected EA Sports had tinkered with the gameplay of FIFA 18 for the World Cup update on the quiet, claimed it felt slower, with nerfed dribbling and passing. I've also seen plenty of people say the World Cup mode plays more "arcadey" than the main FIFA 18 game, with overpowered shooting from distance. I've also seen people say lofted through balls are more effective, and even spotted the suggestion the World Cup update reverts to gameplay before FIFA 18 was patched.
The truth is, the gameplay in the World Cup update is exactly the same as the gameplay in the main FIFA 18 game, Andrei Lazarescu, producer of the Switch version of FIFA and the World Cup update confirmed to me at E3. So, why do players think there's a difference?
With cross-platform play once again in the spotlight after it emerged you can't use your Epic account on the Nintendo Switch version of Fortnite if you've used it on the PlayStation 4 version, many within the FIFA community have also wondered whether the feature might come to the world's biggest sports video game.
FIFA is returning to Switch later this year, in the form of FIFA 19, and EA has confirmed that this latest iteration will finally enable players on the console to head online and play matches against their friends.
One of the biggest changes for FIFA 19 this year has to do with shooting - and the addition of a skill-based mini-game to give shots some swaz.
As expected, EA has confirmed FIFA 19 has the official Champions League licence.
There's a tournament mode for the Champions League, Alex Hunter can take on the Champions League in story mode, and the tournament will also be incorporated into FIFA Ultimate Team.
EA Sports has the Champions League licence now after a period of exclusivity on PES.