FIFA Reviews in 2013—The First Half Year


2013 can be one of the greatest years in memory for FIFA with its new features, new consoles and new sales records and most importantly, was born and grew strongly.  Without further ado, see a couple of great sights and sounds FIFA brought in the past 12 months.


Starting off successfully in January 2013, FIFA showed off a bang for FUT Payers that the very first time EA released the 100K Jump Pack which contains 24 players, all rare and all gold. January was born to be unforgettable since FIFA 13 won over 14.5 million sales worldwide surpassing FIFA 12 by 23% and EA soared its digital income for the year up to 98%.


February was a matter of the big update for FIFA lineup, getting FIFA 13′s in-game playing modes updated within the second week of the month. It was additionally a moment that FIFA 13 won the D.I.C.E Sports Game of the Year and was appointed for a BAFTA. During the month, EA captured sessions for FIFA 14 with its photographers touring numerous teams throughout Europe. Excitingly, David Beckham arrived to FIFA.


Thought a little quiet, March was a beginning of FIWC Tournament to pick up the pace with qualifiers performing in the USA and Europe. FIFA 13 ranked in the second biggest entertainment launched in 2012. Much licensing speculation like FIFA 14 would reserve new license for Brazilian clubs and it became true in the end.


FIFA 14 hyped trains in April coming with the arrivals of the first hands on previews and new features for gameplay including Protect the ball, Player Physics, Pure Shot as well as Career Mode’s new UI and new Team Management screen.


FUT got back on the map on May as the Team of the Season hit the mode with blue cards on May 8th. Ending with an EA staff All-Star pick, Bruce Grannec won the FIWC and EA extended its FIFA license to 2022. What disappointed the four people who purchased the last version was that FIFA 14 failed to make an appearance on Wii U. Next-gen FIFA 14 was released at the Xbox One Reveal Event which ran on EA’s new Ignite engine powering all new Elite Technique and Living Worlds features.


What great moments and big events EA had recorded in the latter half of 2013? See succeeding day in


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