FIFA 19 releases 28th September on PlayStation 4, includes UEFA Champions League

Take your club to European glory in career, or play the full tournament with any European club in new stand-alone Champions League mode

FIFA 19 officially launches worldwide 28th September on PlayStation 4. And this year, the game comes with the biggest club competition in world football: the UEFA Champions League.

The tournament is woven into the fibers of FIFA 19, providing a wealth of ways to play the most prestigious club football competition in the world. Game modes include:

  • Take your club to European glory in Career Mode.
  • Play through the exciting conclusion to Alex Hunter’s story in The Journey: Champions.
  • A new stand-alone Champions League mode in which you can play the full tournament with any European club.
  • Check out new Champions League FUT content and player items.

Even the matchday experience is getting a healthy Champions League refresh. Featuring officially licensed stadiums, crowds, banners, even kits and match balls. Fresh broadcast overlays and a new commentary team featuring Derek Rae and Lee Dixon will also bring a distinct style to all your Champions League matches.

Along with peerless gameplay powered by Real Player Motion Technology, FIFA 19 provides the best way to enjoy the World’s Game and the biggest club competition, the UEFA Champions League.

While you wait for FIFA 19, don’t forget to check out FIFA 18 and the new 2018 FIFA World Cup update, available as a free trial from 9th – 16th June on PlayStation 4.


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Josip_Jukic 09 June, 2018 @ 22:11

Its official PES is history FIFA has killed them easily by having rights on UEFA’s World Cup and now Champions League,for most of the casual and hardcore FIFA fans this is amazing news


I don’t see how this is amazing news for anyone, not even hardcore FIFA fans….? Think about it: without a serious competitor, why would EA/FIFA need to improve? NOT!

They can just continue releasing the same old game with new kits and players every year. At least PES is still superior gameplay wise, let’s hope just about enough people keep buying PES so that FIFA will need to keep improving their game, although it might allready too late, I’m afraid.

It’s never a good thing if competition is ruled out. This is a sad day for footie fans… 

Ebuinvoegen 21 June, 2018 @ 13:50

pes is dead

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