FIFA 18 is just a few months away from launch and EA has geared up its efforts to market the game. With the game nearing its launch, EA has been revealing new details and now it has been revealed that Germany’s third division will be in FIFA 18.
The news comes from a highly reputable German magazine, Kicker, who claims that EA has already signed the deal with German Football Association and only the official announcement remains to be made by EA.
Good news for the fans of SpVgg Unterhaching, Karlsruhe SC and the 18 other clubs of the 3rd league: The third German game class will be introduced to FIFA 18. In the new part of the football simulation, the fans of the clubs can cheer their favorite clubs on the virtual lawn for the first time, or go trophy hunting themselves in career mode.
FIFA 18 will also launch for Nintendo Switch, however, EA has revealed that the Switch version will not include the single player campaign and also will not be developed on Frostbite Engine.
Switch version will be developed on a different game engine from the PS4, Xbox One, and PC version as EA has revealed that Frostbite engine will be exclusive to PC, Xbox One, and PS4 versions.
Also, shortly after EA announced that Cristiano Ronaldo is the cover star for FIFA 18 soccer fans demanded EA to downgrade Cristiano Ronaldo’s stats in the upcoming game claiming that he has slowed down in real life. According to fans, while his ability has not downgraded but his speed has definitely slowed down and EA must downgrade Ronaldo’s stats in upcoming FIFA 18.
FIFA 18 is a sports game in development at EA and will launch on September 29, 2017, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch.