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FIFA 19 (Xbox One)

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    If you’re a huge fan of FIFA games, you’re in for a real treat. Frostbite and EA SPORTS teamed up this time to bring you the most unique FIFA experience of them all, with their latest edition for Xbox One – FIFA 19. Frostbite really did a number on this game for champions and the pitch alone will make you glued to your screen for hours.

    The prestigious, best-of-the-best UEFA Champions League is in charge, leading the way as usual, but it’s the innovative features that make this new FIFA game a beast on its own. EA SPORTS and Frostbite are all well-known brands in the world of gaming, but their work with FIFA 19 is sheer mastery.

    New features will provide full control over the pitch at any given moment. Run your matches as you see fit, build your skills up, play with the champions, and explore the latest and newest, more importantly, different ways to play the game.

    If you remember Alex Hunter and his story in The Journey: Champions, you can now enter a new mode of gameplay and experience all the gaming power that the best FIFA Ultimate Team game mode has to offer.

    That’s not all, there’s a lot more in store for you. Play FIFA 19 Champions Rise and become a true champion.

    The Standard Edition of FIFA 19 includes:

    • 5 UEFA Champions League Player items never seen before
    • 4 Kits for UEFA Champions League
    • 10 Items for the FUT Match Player Pick Loan


'FIFA 22' Is Testing Cross-Play for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S
'FIFA 22' Is Testing Cross-Play for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S

Eight months after the game's original launch, EA Sports is now finally testing out cross-play for FIFA 22. The announcement was made in the game's latest edition of Pitch Notes, which revealed that the publishing giant will now be running tests on the new feature across the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. Unfortunately, previous-gen consoles such as the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One weren't mentioned, so it's not known at the moment whether cross-play will ever arrive properly on those platforms, but those on current-gen devices will be able to play with each other across both Online Seasons and Online Friendlies.EA noted that it has decided to restrict cross-play to just these two modes for now because it doesn't want to introduce more potential issues with the game, but players can probably expect a wider coverage once the feature officially launches for the title.As for how you can enable or disable it, EA says there'll be a new widget on the bottom right corner of your screen when you're on either mode, allowing you to toggle cross-play on and off. From there, you'll also be able to find your friends playing FIFA 22 regardless of their platform, or choose people to either mute or block. Alternatively, you can find all of these settings in the Matchmaking Options Settings screen.There's currently no specific launch or end date for the cross-play test, and EA hasn't announced when it might become a full feature, but it hopes to look at community feedback after the test.In other related news, the publisher and Codemasters have offered a first look at the Miami track in F1 22.Click here to view full gallery at HYPEBEAST