The Journey FIFA 18 release date

FIFA 18 release date, Ultimate Team, The Journey, EA Access, demo and hands-on impressions

This is the ultimate page for everything you need to know about FIFA 18. Below we have our initial hands-on impressions, and below that we have everything else you need to know about the game.
FIFA 18 hands-on impressions

By Max Parker

Keeping a yearly franchise fresh is hard, but EA Sports has been on an impressive run with FIFA over the past few iterations. FIFA 18 isn’t a huge overhaul, but the various tweaks and additions make a game of football that’s much more realistic, fluid and very enjoyable.

The switch to the Frostbite engine last year was huge, giving the series a dramatic facelift. But, as with the switch to any new engine, there were some quirks with odd player reactions and blank faces. Thankfully FIFA 18 is the year when the Frostbite engine really comes into its own, and this game looks absolutely stunning.
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The new lighting system is the biggest obvious graphical change, and it really gives that extra hit of realism that was missing before. Playing in a sun-soaked South American stadium, the light bathes the players and shadows dot about an almost sepia toned pitch whilst at night in Europe the floodlights bounce of the walls.

Stadiums feel much more alive, which seem a small and insignificant detail but it really helps amp up the atmosphere. Each venue feel unique, with everything from the fans to the pitch reacting differently. Fans in Argentina wave flags and banners, throwing confetti that floats down onto the pitch and stays there. A fifa 18 coins demo game of Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid, saw the fans pile down from behind the goal and runs towards Griezeman as he scored a deft 90-minute winner. The crowd feels alive in a way those regimented fans in previous versions have never felt.

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