FIFA 18 Demo Goes Live Today

The demo for FIFA 18 goes live today and will be available on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Coincidentally becoming available on the same day that PES 2018 hits the shelves, footie fans will now be able to compare the 2 demos for themselves before committing to either game.

The demo will let players access Kick Off Mode with a limited number of teams and stadiums to choose from. It will also be giving a preview of this year’s chapter of The Journey.

Kick Off Mode will offer up 4 stadiums:

  • Santiago Bernabéu
  • La  Bombonera
  • StubHub Center
  • King  Fahd Stadium

And give players 12 clubs to choose from:

  • Manchester  United
  • Manchester  City
  • Real  Madrid CF
  • Atlético de Madrid
  • Juventus F.C.
  • FC Bayern  Munich
  • Paris Saint-Germain F.C.
  • LA  Galaxy
  • Toronto  FC
  • Boca  Juniors
  • C.D. Guadalajara
  • Vissel  Kobe

The Journey preview will let you join Alex Hunter as he travels the world accompanied by an impressive cast. The cast will include Christiano Ronaldo, Antoine Griexmann and Thierry Henry plus new playable characters.

FIFA 18 is looking strong this year, aiming to improve on last year’s iteration with numerous updated features, and today is the day you get to find out how well some of them have been implemented.

The full version of FIFA 18 is due to be unleashed on the 29th of September for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Make sure to keep an eye out for our review here at Gaming Respawn nearer the time.

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