EA Sports announce completely free World Cup mode for Federation Internationale de Football Association 18

EA Sports announce completely free World Cup mode for Federation Internationale de Football Association 18

EA Sports has announced the arrival of its new World Cup 2018 update, which will be free to download for existing Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 players from May 29.

The free update will go live on May 29th for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.

With only 48 days until the start of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, EA SPORTS has today announced that it will be bringing a World Cup add-on to the popular footballing title, FIFA 18.

All 32 qualified nations can be taken from the group stages to the final in Online Friendly and Online Tournament modes, says EA in a statement, while Custom Tournaments let players lead other non-qualified nations.

Everyone knew it was coming, but EA Sports just made it official.

Instead of increasing team chemistry using clubs and leagues, you will have to think more about nationality and confederation. These player items will receive upgraded stats, ensuring that FIFA World CupTM Ultimate Team offers a fresh and relevant experience for the entire tournament.

Moreover, the 12 Stadiums being used from 14 June onwards are all featured, as is the official trophy and match-ball - with the sensational graphics and broadcasting courtesy of the Frostbite engine taking the game's realistic feel to a whole new level. Of course, the hosting country of Russian Federation will also be represented.

As many FIFA fans hoped, FIFA 18 will be celebrating the World Cup in Russia with a whole host of new content for all its modes.



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