FIFA World Announced for Brazil and Russia
Alexandra Mangen / Aug 12th, 2013 No Comments
[adsense250itp]FIFA World, a free-to-play PC game developed for football fans who are not console gamers, will release this November in Brazil and Russia, EA Sports announced.
Built around Ultimate Team, the most popular game mode in EA Sports’ FIFA franchise, FIFA World will feature HD console-quality graphics and Seasons. The game will include 30 officially licensed leagues and 600 real football clubs. Teams in the Russian Football Premier League will be playable and 19 of the 600 clubs in the game will be officially licensed football clubs from Brazil.
FIFA World gamers will be able to build their own unique squads, changing up their lineups based on the real-world performances of their favorite football players.
Closed beta testing of FIFA World is expected to begin this month. Brazilian and Russian gamers can participate in beta testing by registering online on the official FIFA World website.
A message posted on the game’s official site states beta testing in English will not begin for several months, hinting FIFA World is currently in development for a U.S. release as well.
PC FIFA title FIFA Online 3 has already released successfully in Korea. According to Gametrics, FIFA Online 3 currently holds the number two spot for Korean PC cafe games. FIFA Online 3 is also currently in development for Southeast Asia and mainland China.
FIFA World is being created by the award-winning FIFA development team at EA Canada and will require a broadband internet connection and an Origin account to play.
FIFA 14 is set to release Sept. 24 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 with a next-gen version of the game expected to hit shelves alongside the release of the new consoles. For more on FIFA 14, check out an exclusive interview with the producer of the next-gen version of the game Santiago Jaramillo and a hands-on preview of the Xbox One version of the game from E3.
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