FIFA 19 is scheduled to release on 28th September 2018. Football fans can get their hands on the gameplay demo next Thursday, 13th September. You can get the demo on all FIFA’s main formats (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC).
Fans will be able to get a more in-depth early access three days early by pre-ordering the Ultimate or Champions editions of FIFA 19. There’s a better offer for PC gamers who have access to Origin Access Premier, they get to play the game eight days early!
FIFA 19 Teams
Although word hasn’t been given as to what teams players can expect to have available in the demo; according to dreamteamfc.com, these teams will be included:
- Atletico Madrid
- Bayern Munich
- Borussia Dortmund
- Manchester City
- Manchester United
- Real Madrid
Although these should be taken with a pinch of salt! Given that the FIFA 18 demo had thirteen playable teams, we can assume a similar number. This time around, FIFA 19 will be including Major League Soccer clubs, as well as teams from Argentina, Mexico, China and Japan. Some fans predict that FIFA will want to show off their new assets so we could expect teams from the new additions.
FIFA 19 Stadiums
Last year’s FIFA demo featured these stadiums: La Bombonera (Buenos Aires), StubHub Center (Carson, CA), Santiago Bernabeu (Madrid) and King Fahd Stadium (Riyadh). Bearing in mind the game has a strong focus on the Champions League, it’s thought that Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano could appear. The Wanda is hosting the 18-19 final so this is a strong possibility. In addition, the Santiago Bernabeu, Juventus’ Allianz Stadium and Paris Saint-Germain’s Parc des Princes appear in the trailer for the game. As of yet, no stadiums have been confirmed.
With this in mind, you can pre-order FIFA 19 now on PC and Console. Thankfully, everyone can get access to the demo. Unfortunately, you should be wary that the demo will not be playable online, so the only way you can play multiplayer is local. Sorry Ultimate Team fans. Personally, that’s what FIFA has always been to me anyway. A great pastime to play with your mates in a friendly rivalry. Be that as it may, I’m not a hardcore fan. At the same time, however, I know how big FIFA’s community and the fanbase is and I can respect that. Now, I’ve got some Battlefield V to play!