EA had a ton of FIFA-related announcements at this year’s Gamescom. It first announced that FIFA Online 3 will be heading to China this year, and then announced FIFA World, a downloadable title for Brazil and Russia. Also, FIFA 14 will be on mobile, utilizing touch control. It will also be free-to-play.
Executive Producer David Rutter took to the stage to talk about FIFA 14 and its new features. A new co-op Seasons mode was announced with the ability to play in ranked 2v2 to ascend the career graph together. Match Day will be expanded on, and Seasons mode will have real life events affecting the game. It was also announced that FIFA 14 will support cross-generational save transfer, allowing you to play on the Xbox 360 or PS4 and transition your data to the Xbox One or PS4 respectively without problems.
Stadiums are more authentic now, with Matchflow lets players get involved with the audience and ballboys. EA is touting 100 camera positions, which certainly sounds real enough. Ultimate Team Legends, which will be exclusive to the Xbox One version of FIFA 14, will have 40+ players including Pele, Robbie Fowler, Gary Linekar and many more.
FIFA 14 launches September 24th in North America and on September 27th in Europe. A demo for the game will be released on September 10th.