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Developer: EA Vancouver
Content Rating: Everyone
Powered by Frostbite™*, EA SPORTS™ FIFA 19 delivers a champion's caliber-experience on and off the pitch. Led by the prestigious UEFA Champions League, FIFA 19 offers enhanced gameplay tools that allow you to control the pitch in every moment with unrivaled ways to play. FIFA 19 includes a dramatic finale to the story of Alex Hunter in The Journey: Champions, a new mode in the ever-popular FIFA Ultimate Team™, and more. Champions Rise in FIFA 19.
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FIFA’s vice-grip on the sports genre continues – FIFA 19 offers something for everyone. From the redesigned Kick Off mode to the Journey’s conclusion, there is a lot of game here. Legacy issues in career mode leave it short of being all it could be, however, which is inexcusable given how deep and rewarding games such as the NBA 2K series have made their career modes. That said, this is as good as FIFA has ever been.
The FIFA series appears to have hit critical mass when it comes to the visual fidelity and game modes that we’re going to see. Outside of Ultimate Team, EA doesn’t seem to have any new ideas regarding how people want to play the game. What they did show with FIFA 19 is that they’ve still got some tricks up their sleeve on the gameplay front that can continue to make FIFA an enjoyable, albeit complex, sports sim.
All of which renders FIFA 19 difficult to score. Physicality quibbles aside, I love the on-pitch feel this year, and that coupled with Ultimate Team enhancements and the sheer wealth of stuff to do – options such as the hilarious no-rules mode make even exhibition matches infinitely playable – add up to a five-star game as regards my personal tastes.