FIFA Reviews in 2013—The Second Half Year

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2013 can be one of  During the latter half of 2013, FIFA even grew by leaps and bounds.
In June, to be specific, before the big E3 2013 press conference held in Los Angeles, EA first launched FIFA 14 Trailer officially bringing much more contents related to the Next-Gen FIFA 14 to the public by means of a new trailer, interviews, screens, an official press release and box art. Another big movement came-the FIFA 14 mobile spaces featured a brand-new gesture basing on control system and permitted to enjoy FUT seasons for the first time. EA even revealed FIFA 14 would roll out with Custom Club editions which began in Spain with Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico, Betis and many others available to the paying public.

 

FIFA 14 cover stars was disclosed in July with Hernandez, Lewandowski, Vidal, Bale and leading man Leo Messi on the box art in 2013. EA also cemented ties with the Catalan club by building partnership with Barcelona later. It’s also a month FIFA saw its 20th Anniversary. But most importantly, EA declared its cross-generation plans allowing gamers to transfer strategic data like FUT players, coins, items and season progress from Xbox 360, PS3 to Xbox One and PS4.

 

August was a month EA was harried with dealing license with the confirmed Chilean league, Shaktar Donestk’s Donbass and Everton’s Goodison Park. During the month, Gamescom brought FIFA 14 more Next-Gen contents and Demo Date announced. With the coming of current-gen trailer and next-gen Living Worlds trailer, FUT 14 got new Legend Players that would be unique to Xbox 360 and Xbox One. EA would start FUT Web App Access on Sep 15th.

 

September was all about stadium, league, team, achievement and soundtrack lists and the moment seeing FIFA 14 Demo on Xbox 360 and PS3 released. Some news about Pro Clubs and promotion offering FIFA 14 early for VIPs who purchased EA SPORTS Season Ticket additionally came later before games released officially. EA also released videos of league and stadium and FIFA14 Reviews.

 

FIFA 14 second patch issued in October which fixed issues the community brought like over-powered through balls, headers, finesse shots and the freezing. A full FUT 14 Legends list was out with moaning like “Where’s R9 Ronaldo”, while soon ended since the original FIFA 14 Next-Gen Previews hit the web.

 

November saw next-gen consoles Xbox One and PS4 launching worldwide. The first Reviews became available and the Next-Gen TV commercial also aired for the first time. To respond to the October Legends Player List, EA announced Legend Player ratings in November with Pele leading the charge at a whopping 95 OVR. FUT Web App got a huge update, too.

 

December kept quiet in the FIFA calendar with next-gen feedback out and a FIFA 14 title update for next-gen consoles arrived.

 

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