EA SPORTS recently announced that the anticipated FIFA 16 demo is finally available for download on the following systems: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC (via Origin). FIFA 16 is expected to have new features that add value to the franchise. Women’s National Teams (including USA and Germany) will be officially playable – #GirlPower!
The demo includes six skill games and a brand new practice system, FIFA Trainer. You’ll also be able to experience FIFA Ultimate Team Draft in the demo, where you can build teams, select formations, assign team captains and positions. Afterwards, you’ll kick it off either online or in single player mode, collecting plenty of rewards along the way.
Speaking of kick-offs, you’ll be able to play as one of many teams including FC Barcelona, Inter Milan, Manchester City, Seattle Sounders, Paris Saint-Germain and more. The demo also shows off three fresh stadiums: Spain’s Santiago Bernabeu, Germany’s BORUSSIA-PARK, and the USA’s CenturyLink Field – keeping your time on the playing field eye-pleasing and engaging.
Current-gen console owners and PC gamers will have the opportunity to check out the Bundesliga Broadcast Presentation (only if it’s a Borussia Dortmund vs Borussia Mönchengladbach match) at BORUSSIA-PARK.
FIFA 16 will be out starting September 22nd in North America on PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. It is also available for pre-order, with three obtainable editions: Standard Edition, Deluxe Edition, and Super Deluxe Edition. Super Deluxe Edition is where you can own up to 40 FIFA Ultimate Team Jumbo Premium Gold Packs, as well as a couple of new celebrations from the Football Club catalogue. If you’ll play it on Xbox One, register on EA Access to be one of first lucky ones who play all modes and access all features of the finalized release of FIFA 16.
If you want to try FIFA 16 out before its release, you can download it here. Make sure you score and don’t forget to celebrate!
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