E3 2018 is finally here! A standard edition of the game will be released on October 16th, with a deluxe copy coming three days later, on the 19th.
So that is it for the first briefing of E3 2018 - a short if solid showing from EA. However, the mode will not be available on the launch date of the game which is October 19, but no need to be sad because it will be available sometime after the launch.
Arguably one of the most popular games on this planet, the Federation Internationale de Football Association franchise continues with the latest edition called Federation Internationale de Football Association 19.
Earlier this week it was revealed that Federation Internationale de Football Association 19 would feature the Champions League and Europa League. More information regarding the game's story titled Nordly's War Story will be announced during Microsoft's Press Conference tomorrow.More news: Kim Jong Un goes for surprise nighttime walk ahead of summit
At their showcase, the game was given a big billing by EA, with a new cinematic trailer as well as a first look at some of the game's combat, and how players are expected to work in teams. Federation Internationale de Football Association 19 will release worldwide on all platforms on 28 September 2018. That raises the spectre of microtransactions but EA says that anything that's able to be bought will also be available for free simply by playing the game. Certain dramatic events may alter the weather or make other temporary adjustments, often foreshadowing bigger changes like the reveal of all-new areas.
The open-world shooter not only allows players to roam around freely. Franchise Mode also sees some added customization, with players now being able to customize their drafts. Instead, Tarsis offers a single-player, plot-filled hub full of computer NPCs, game-altering decisions, and friendship possibilities. The game follows the player in an attempt to defeat a mysterious enemy.
The game's release date was also confirmed, but it's a while away: February 22 next year. One is "Unravel Two", which is the sequel to the yarn-based platformer.
And while the Battlefield V trailer generated plenty of hype, it pales in comparison to the amount of hype surrounding EA's upcoming brand new title, Anthem. Those who pre-order the game will get access to a VIP demo and a unique in-game banner.