5. Online Experience
Community is the buzz word this time around, multi-platform, connected social gaming and competitions gives FIFA 13 amazing longevity. Of all the improvements, this one will ensure FIFA stays numero uno for another year. It’s this innovation that has made EA so renowned. Thankfully, Club FIFA ties all of this together in such a harmonious way. Ultimate team, co-op matches and matchmaking improvements demonstrate where EA’s R&D focus has been since FIFA 2012.
The connectivity and online functionality is fantastic, but the best thing about FIFA 13 is that the egg heads at EA have adopted an ‘if it ain’t broke, just tweak it’ motto. Subtlety not sensationalism is the order of the day and I for one am grateful that FIFA has clearly continued, with some much needed improvements, its vision of football simulation. How can you improve on the greatest football sim ever? Little by little goes a long way, it seems.
FIFA 13 is set for release on September 28th, 2012.
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