EA Sports massive football franchise, FIFA, has finally acquired the UEFA license after Konami failed to renew it for their Pro Evolution Soccer series. Konami managed to hold on for the UEFA official competitions license for around nine years, first debiting in Pro Evolution Soccer 2009, and was perhaps the only major comparison between EA Sports’ FIFA and PES.
The studio showcased the new Champions League license with a trailer showcasing Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo, the competition’s all-time leading goalscorer and record title-holder after Madrid managed to win their third title in a row, beating Liverpool. Other superstars and iconic moments were showcased, including Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne, arguably the third best player in the world, Paris Saint-Germain’s Neymar Jr and Ronaldo’s overhead kick against Juventus in the semi-finals. In addition to that, Alex Hunter’s career continues in The Journey: Champions.
Powered by Frostbite, FIFA 19 gives you the chance to experience the world’s most prestigious club competition with the addition of the legendary UEFA Champions League. Whether you want to achieve glory in the pinnacle of club football in the brand-new UEFA Champions League tournament mode, or experience the dramatic conclusion to Alex Hunter’s story in The Journey: Champions*, the UEFA Champions League is woven into every mode in FIFA 19. Find out more about all of the UEFA Champions League, Europa League, and Super Cup game modes and features.
Here is the trailer and the announcement from EA Sports’ Twitter account.
FIFA 19 releases on September 28th for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.
- You’ll be able to play the FIFA 19 demo from next week
- FIFA 19’s Journey mode can be played in any order, but you’ll shape the final outcome
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