FIFA 14 Ultimate Team Only on Xbox, New Online Mode
EA Sports today announced that it is bringing legendary players such as Pelé, Patrick Vieira, and Ruud Gullit to FIFA 14 Ultimate Team only on Xbox One and Xbox 360. Fans will be able to craft their FIFA 14 Ultimate Team with a mix of legendary players playing alongside today’s stars. Each Legend will have unique attributes that will showcase the skills and flair that made them legendary at the height of their careers, and will be randomly included in Gold Packs in FIFA 14 Ultimate Team beginning with the launch of Xbox One.
EA Sports also announced today that it has developed Seasons into a new online mode called Co-op Seasons, where anyone can play with a friend online against two other online friends anywhere in the world in 2v2 ranked online play, trying to climb up to Division One, win a League Title and achieve greatness together. In addition, Match Day has been expanded to Seasons and Co-op seasons, completely connecting fans playing online to the real-world soccer season for the world’s top leagues, with injuries, suspensions, and player form changing throughout the season based on real-world events and performances.
It will be easy for fans to bring their FIFA 14 experiences to the new generation of consoles: between Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and between PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Fans will be able to bring their FIFA 14 Ultimate Team full roster, progress, in-game items and in-game currency (coins) to the new consoles so they can access and compete with their squads on either console throughout the season. EA Sports Football Club level, XP and select catalogue items such as celebrations and historical kits will also travel to the new consoles along with Seasons progress, including trophy case and leaderboards, Virtual Pro and accomplishments, and selected Career Mode rewards.
When playing FIFA 14 on Xbox One and PS4, a new feature called Match Flow will revolutionize the FIFA experience, delivering dynamic and continuous gameplay. Players will interact with side-line characters such as ball boys so they can get the ball back into play as the clock winds down and the pressure mounts, and fans will witness the build-up and player positioning prior to corners or free kicks. The all-new in-game Director will keep fans connected to the action. With 121 different broadcast cameras outside the stadium and positioned around the pitch, each following star players and headline makers, FIFA 14 will deliver new replay angles, compelling storylines, and all the emotion that unfolds within a match.
With the addition of the Brazilian National Team and new licenses for the Chilean Primera Division, Argentinean Primera División, 19 clubs from Brazil, and other new licenses to be revealed in the weeks ahead, FIFA 14 will feature 33 officially licensed leagues, over 600 clubs and more than 16,000 players.
See all new gameplay features, stadiums, players, and animations in this new FIFA 14 gameplay trailer. A FIFA 14 demo will launch for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on September 10. FIFA is out on September 24th.