A new FIFA game!? Who saw that coming!?
The FIFA 19 reveal focused on the new partnership it has with the UEFA Champion’s League. This shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise, with the news that UEFA had parted company with PES earlier this year naturally paving the way for FIFA to surely take back the mantle of the most complete football game about.
We also got word that The Journey would be returning for the final time, with Alex Hunter now able to take part in the European competition.
EA Sports executive producer Aaron McHardy said: “We are elevating the experience this year in so many ways, from integrating UEFA Champions League content across the game, to adding a variety of new features that bring more control to gameplay.”
It’ll be interesting to see how the FIFA vs PES battle turns out this year, with a huge win for FIFA looking likely, what will Konami decide to do with the PES franchise?
FIFA 19 will be released on September 28 for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch.