Despite the fact that FIFA 13 will sell itself based purely on it’s name, Electronic Arts isn’t remaining complacent in promoting the game.
They recently showcased FIFA 13 at GamesCom 2012 and took the opportunity to showcase the new Skill Games mode which will expand on the current set of features even further.
Skill Games will apparently focus on the core aspects of the game and help improve gamers improve their skills. However, as you go along you’ll see different levels of difficulty.
This mode is quite interesting, given how it introduces different challenges include passing, dribbling, shooting, free kicks and penalty kicks. By completing different tasks, novice gamers get to learn more about the game while experienced gamers can progress further and fine tune their skills in the more difficult challenges.
FIFA 13 is scheduled for release on 25th September in North America and on 28th September in Europe/UK for PS3 and XBox 360.