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Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 suffers PC launch problems, EA provides fix
30 September 2017, 03:49 | Ricardo Garza
FIFA 18 to Be Available for Free on Launch for Very Select Group of Players
Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 Nintendo Switch Edition won't be everybody's first choice Federation Internationale de Football Association, and it's by no means the definitive version. In this edition's version of "The Journey", Alex Hunter returns to the game, visiting L.A. on his off-season tour, and finding the Galaxy among the teams vying to sign him.
As a result, Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 players can only play online multiplayer with strangers.
Check it out live here, via YouTube, at 8 pm PT / 11 pm ET. You can play games on the go (or at home if you choose to) and manage your team on short commutes.
For more information about EA SPORTS games, including news, video, blogs, forums and game apps, please visit http://www.easports.com to connect, share and compete. For now, though, Nintendo Switch owners can't hang out with their friends online.
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Ultimate Team now has offline Squad Battles for players who can not commit to playing Weekend League, while Icons like Ronaldo and Diego Maradona are now on both Xbox and PlayStation.
Although the game is now more realistic, that does not translate to easy. The first Squad Battle of the season featured a specially chosen team by Antoine Griezmann, with the gamer taking on his 99-rated version alongside Thierry Henry. The biggest omission is the Journey, a story following the career of footballer Alex Hunter framed by all the bells and whistles of mainstream football coverage.
And FIFA 18, in particular, lends itself to the portable nature of the Nintendo Switch. A lot of the people we've been talking to are really happy with the new features.
It has been a long-neglected career mode in recent years thanks largely to the incredible rise in popularity of Ultimate Team but for the tradionalists, there is still very much a place for a good old-fashioned career mode. Career Mode continues to be as engaging as ever and utilises the Frostbite engine better this year with extra scenes for transfer negotiations that add entertainment and realism when trying to sign a new star striker for your chosen side.