FIFA 18 is the latest sports simulator released by Electronic Arts on September 29, 2017. It can be played on Xbox and PlayStation consoles, as well as Microsoft Windows systems and Nintendo Switch. The 25th game in the FIFA series has Cristiano Ronaldo as cover athlete and uses the Frostbite 3 game engine. Those who choose to play the game on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One can enjoy a new story-based mode.
FIFA 18 Gameplay
EA Sports has dominated the industry of Association football video game simulators with its FIFA franchise. FIFA 18 is their best game yet, featuring a total of 82 stadiums, hundreds of teams and thousands of athletes. Players can compete in games involving real teams, set up matches between legendary players and create their own squads from scratch. On the pitch, the FIFA 18 gameplay is largely unchanged since the last expansion, although slightly favors offensive strategies. There is also a strategic side to this game, as players can now watch transfer negotiations in real-time.
FIFA 18 Graphics and Sounds
FIFA 18 was tweaked to also run on Nintendo Switch at 60 frames per second and a resolution of 1080p. The Frostbite engine has produced free flowing animations and developers paid more attention to visuals than ever before. There are more options to customize players and the resemblance of real-life opponents with actual players is sometimes uncanny. The sound effects create an electrifying atmosphere on stadiums and new animations were added to make goal celebrations more convincing.
FIFA 18 is not a steep departure from the previous games in the FIFA series, but its on the pitch animations are more fluid. The game encourages players to use offensive tactics more often and has a fun variety of game modes for those who prefer the single player experience.
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