FIFA 14 is still nearly four months away but EA have released this gameplay trailer, more information about the key features that are being introduced and the official FIFA 14 release dates for both Europe and the US. US residents will be able to get their hands on the game slightly earlier this year on 24th September whilst their Europe dwelling counterparts will have to wait until 27th September 2013.
It’s a question I've been asked a lot since the next generation of FIFA 14 was introduced at the Xbox ONE reveal. "Can you transfer your Ultimate Team from Xbox 360 to Xbox ONE?" The same goes for transferring your Ultimate Team from PS3 to PS4. With the next gen consoles due out just over two months after FIFA 14’s release on current consoles will EA let you transfer your players and your coins from one console to the next? There's one thing that could make it happen but first here's the difficulties it would have to overcome.
You've probably seen the messages around various social media streams, "Ultimate Team is only available on Xbox ONE!" To alleviate any doubt in your mind we can tell you that this IS NOT TRUE. EA have confirmed that like previous years Ultimate Team will be available on PS4, PC and Xbox One (as well as Xbox 360 and PS3).
The Xbox One Reveal last week exposed more than just Microsoft’s all singing, all dancing, living room in a box. It also brought us news that EA has developed EA SPORTS IGNITE, their new engine that will make their games “come alive”!
EA Sports are looking for a range of people to play test FIFA 14 at their offices in Guildford. It doesn't matter whether you're a seasoned veteran or a casual player, EA are after the opinions of a wide variety of players.
We've pulled some videos about the new features in FIFA 14 and put them here for you to feast your eyeballs on. We'll be updating this post as new videos arise. Once you've soaked up the info they've got to offer let us know what you think in the comments.
Embargo lifts on a new era of FIFA once again as EA Sports ease us into the marketing mayhem gently with their first batch of FIFA 14 Gameplay and Career Mode news. We’re seven months into this year’s FIFA and still have a fair way to release but already we can start whetting our appetite with some of the features we can look forward to come FIFA 14 in September this year.
It seems our April Fools post could have been a little closer to reality than we initially imagined. A while back Fernanda Schabarum of Boca Raton, Florida started a petition to tell EA Sports to include female characters on their FIFA games and had that petition taken off we could have been a lot closer to seeing women's football in FIFA 14 than we are now.
Reports from Spanish gaming site RegionalPlayStation suggest that we're going to get a glimpse of the FIFA 14 cover rather soon. The FIFA 14 cover is apparently going to be revealed by EA Sports to the press at an event in Madrid this week with the embargo due to lift on the 17th April.
The FIFA Development Team at EA SPORTS have been put on display in a new video. Now we can go behind the scenes and see who's responsible for the amazing features, the highlights that make it great and the pitfalls that frustrate us.
The EA team have been out and about getting Brazilians recently. Not like that! They've been securing deals to get the teams in the Brazil League signed up for FIFA 14.
Right on the back of finding out on the Twitterverse about a new league in FIFA 14 another snippet of FIFA 14 news sneaked onto our social media feed. Commercial sports agent Nicola Benn tweeted: "Recording FIFA14 with new voice... Ohhhhh....who could it beeee...."
Early reports from FIFA Kulte suggest that FIFA 14 could include the Blue Square Premier League. They claim that according to Blue Square PR Manager Alan Alger, the Blue Square Premier League could be making an appearance in the next edition of FIFA.
With the next generation of consoles on the horizon one can be forgiven for worrying more about the graphics and gameplay that this new processing power's going to bring our way and less about the more superficial things in the game. But it's the little things in the FIFA series that mount up without you even realising to give it such depth and variety that keeps us playing all year round.