The new feature will bring gamers closer to their favorite football club. Fans will be able to virtually recreate real-world fixtures and upcoming clashes in the top leagues. All the drama is reflected through the on-field play and in-game commentary.
While the technological aspects of EA Sports Football Club Match Day are surprising, the way it can affect gameplay is the most exciting feature. Player form will change frequently based on the way players are performing in real life. Players will struggle or improve based on their real life counterparts. Gamers can keep track of player form details via the team management screens.
EA Sports also announced some improvements to the game’s online Seasons mode. Now, gamers can battle in ten game seasons online with a friend in 2-versus-2 matches. Division Titles have been added for every division, and a new Trophy Cabinet has been included for champions to display their silverware. Line-up and tactics changes made by gamers can be saved and used across multiple Seasons matches for use in every match. New matchmaking options have also been added to allow fans to fine tune their Seasons experience.
The Seasons format has been adapted for FIFA Ultimate Team, bringing ranked online play with seasons, promotions, and relegation to the mode for the first time. In FIFA Ultimate Team gamers can earn, buy, trade and bid for coveted players to assemble a team of their favorite football stars. Fans can create and manage multiple squads and use them in online and single-player tournaments.
FIFA 13 features a completely redesigned navigation system for Ultimate Team. Icebreaker Flow enables inexperienced players to choose a team captain to begin a guided Ultimate Team journey.
EA Sports Football Club Match Day will be available on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC versions of the game. It will be included in the demo that is scheduled to release on September 11. The full version of the game will release on September 25.