The 2018 World Cup was probably one of the most surprising ones. Teams that were almost always present at the final tournament have stayed home, others, who were usually in the finals, went home early, and smaller teams almost wrote history. It was a World Cup full of surprises. Some of them were nice surprises, others not so much. The new installment of the FIFA video games series, FIFA 19 will be released on 28 September and it promises to be full of surprises and new features too. Hopefully, everything will be great about the new video game.
FIFA 19 was developed by EA Canada and it is going to become available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. Naturally, the new installment will bring along a few changes. It won’t be a completely new game, but it will have several new features which will turn the video game into an even more interesting one. FIFA video games already had a great pool of fans and, as it seems, this will only grow larger once the new game hits the shelves. Probably the most notable changes are the “Active Touch System”, the “timed finishing”, the “50/50 battle”, and the “Dynamic Tactics”.
Of course, there will be features that remain the same, too. For example, Martin Tyler and Alan Smith will remain the regular commentators. The characters will also remain the same, even if some of them disappointed their fans at the World Cup. Then again, the video game versions of the players are usually flawless, so they should not disappoint as much as real people do. Fans can already pre-order the FIFA 19 Ultimate Edition from EA Sports and get 3 Days Early Access and up to 40 Jumbo Premium Gold FUT packs. Naturally, there are also several additional gifts one can get when pre-ordering FIFA 19 Ultimate Edition. The price for the Ultimate Edition is just above $100. True fans will probably not consider it to be too expensive to invest in their favorite game.
For some, video games seem to be childish and boring. Even so, esports has come a long way and now there are serious tournaments organized with real teams who mastered these games. Just like in the case of real-life sportsmen, esports players have turned the game into their lifestyles. Of course, video games players will not get injured on the field, but they will definitely feel the same thrill when winning a game as real-life soccer players do.
Esports give people who would not normally qualify for a professional team to play professional sports. Also, they help players improve their tactics, logical thinking and more. Probably this is why esports became so popular. Even more, they aren’t just popular among players, but also among gamblers. It’s just as fun betting on esports tournaments and teams as it is betting on physical sports. The best online betting sites already offer people the possibility to bet on esports. Our hunch is that this particular thing will become even more popular soon.