FIFA World will feature the FIFA HD console gameplay, FIFA Ultimate Team and Seasons, and over 30 officially licensed leagues, including the Russian Football Premier League, and more than 600 clubs—including 19 officially licensed football clubs from Brazil.
FIFA World will be available free to soccer fans and gamers in Brazil and Russia with a broadband internet connection and an average spec laptop computer or desktop personal computer. The new game will be built around FIFA Ultimate Team, the most popular game mode within EA Sports FIFA that reflects the best recent real-world performances of the world’s best players. In Ultimate Team, fans have the freedom to build their own unique squads to play their own style of soccer, re-shaping their teams based on the real-world performances of their favorite players.
“Brazil and Russia are priority markets for EA Sports and especially our FIFA brand. We are excited to bring to these markets a custom-built, free-to-play PC experience developed around FIFA Ultimate Team,” said Matt Bilbey, Senior Vice President and Group General Manager, EA Sports. “FIFA World will be a fun new way to play FIFA for new fans.”
Soccer fans across Russia and Brazil are invited to register now to participate in the closed beta development and testing of FIFA World.
FIFA World is scheduled to launch in November 2013.
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