With FIFA 13 set to be released at the end of next month, gamers everywhere have been treated to a variety of announcements from EA Sports recently. Here are the 5 things we already know about Fifa 13′s excitingly revamped Career Mode.
FIFA 13 will be released on the 25th September in the United States, Australia however will have to wait till the 27th and Europe the 28th.
5. International Manager Mode
When you delve into the managerial mode and attempt to take a small team to great heights, if you succeed you will earn reputation.
Normally your reputation wouldn’t count for much but now in FIFA 13 as your reputation grows so does your chance of being offered an international job as well as still managing your club side.
Not only does your reputation count but so too does your nationality and the league you are based in. It will be unlikely to manage Manchester City as an English manager and be offered the Spain job.
4. Live Score Updates
FIFA 13′s manager mode will now be more realistic than ever, with live score updates throughout your games.
Lets say you are controlling Manchester United against Sunderland it’s the 93rd minute and you’re just about to win the league, all of a sudden Geoff Shreeves says:
“Goal at the Eithad, Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero scores a last minute winner to make it 3-2, 93 minutes played.”
For all Manchester United fans (like myself) we can turn these off in the settings.