E3 2018: Champions Will Rise in FIFA 19

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FIFA 19 officially launches worldwide September 28 on Xbox One, and this year the game comes with the biggest club competition in world football: the UEFA Champions League.

The tournament is woven into the fibers of FIFA 19, providing a wealth of ways to play the most prestigious club football competition in the world. Whether you want to go for Champions League glory with your favorite club in Career Mode or discover the exciting conclusion to Alex Hunter’s story in The Journey: Champions, FIFA 19 provides new and unrivaled ways to experience the World’s Game.

The addition of the Champions League also brings a brand-new standalone tournament mode in which you can lead any European club through the esteemed competition from start to finish. The most popular mode in FIFA, Ultimate Team, is also getting a Champions League refresh so that you can utilize new mechanics and live content to make your FUT squad better than ever.

Even the matchday experience is getting a makeover for all Champions League game modes in FIFA 19. Stadiums, crowds, banners, even kits and match balls will look just like the real thing. Fresh broadcast overlays and a new commentary team featuring Derek Rae and Lee Dixon will also bring a distinct style to all your Champions League matches.

Along with peerless gameplay powered by Real Player Motion Technology, FIFA 19 provides the best way to enjoy the World’s Game and the biggest club competition, the UEFA Champions League.

EA Access members can play FIFA 19 early from September 20, 2019 with Play First Trials on Xbox One and save 10% if you decide to buy the full game. While you wait for FIFA 19, don’t forget to check out FIFA 18 and the new 2018 FIFA World Cup update, available as a free trial from June 9 to June 16 on Xbox One.


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