Live from Los Angeles. . .
Today, Electronic Arts officially kicked off E3 2018 in Los Angeles, showcasing a few of their upcoming third-party games for consoles and PC. As expected, its upcoming fall slate of sports games were also revealed, which FIFA 19 had the most information, including a free World Cup update that’s available free for more users to try out right now.
In FIFA 19, Champions League will be included, which was recently lost by long-time rival, Pro Evolution Soccer. While Madden 19 didn’t provide any additional gameplay updates, NBA LIVE 19 showcased past legends (see: Allen Iverson and Shaquille O’Neal), as well as new dribbling moves – which set the game apart from it’s rival at 2K Sports. Take a look at trailers below.
Madden NFL 19 Official Trailer // Out August 10th
FIFA 19 UEFA Champions League Trailer // Out September 28th
• European glory in Career Mode
• Exciting conclusion to Alex Hunter’s story in The Journey: Champions
• A new stand-alone Champions League mode in which you can play the full tournament with any European club
• New Champions League FUT content and player items