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Developer: EA Vancouver
Content Rating: Everyone
Powered by Frostbite™, EA SPORTS™ FIFA 18 blurs the line between the virtual and real worlds, bringing to life the players, teams, and atmospheres that immerse you in the emotion of The World’s Game.
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When all is said and done, FIFA 18 is a game I can get behind. A lot of the small annoyances have been fixed from last year, especially regarding player movements, and there’s nothing like diving full force into The Journey with Alex Hunter. There’s also the gorgeous graphics; it’s truly a work of art when you stop and take it all in.
The action on the field is a bit more nuanced; the presentation has been spruced up; and there's a new chapter of the Journey to digest. But at its heart, FIFA 18 is much the same as its always been: the sort of fast and frantic soccer game you play on the couch with your friends. And that makes it plenty fun.
Where PES 2018 excels in regards to the fluid gameplay and marginally better visuals, FIFA 18 brings the licenses and a vast amount of content. EA really needs to fine-tune the controls and tweak the gameplay if they aim to contend with their direct competition, but that’s not to say that FIFA 18 doesn’t handle well at all. This game is a massive step up from every entry in the current gen, and the subtle yet noticeable improvements offer a solid gameplay experience in comparison to previous iterations. FIFA 18 is a gorgeously created representation of the much loved sport that houses a more authentic atmosphere than any other football game to date. It doesn’t matter what you’re coming into this game for, everything from the campaign to each of the well structured modes will easily keep you satisfied until this time next year, and then some.