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FIFA 19 direct-feed Switch footage

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New direct-feed footage has emerged from the Switch version of FIFA 19. Have a look at nearly five minutes of gameplay below.


Nintendo is back with another video from RedCube @ Gamescom 2018, this time showcasing FIFA 19 with one of the game’s developers. Watch it below.

Off-screen FIFA 19 Switch footage

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At Gamescom 2018 this week, FIFA 19 is playable on Switch. Have a look at some off-screen footage below.

FIFA 18 was the first time that the soccer franchise had appeared on a Nintendo console in several years. Though the core of the game was good, there were obvious areas for improvement.

Lead gameplay producer Samuel Rivera spoke with GameReactor about some of the improvements planned for FIFA 19 this year. In addition to better AI, the game will have a Timed Finishing Mechanic.

More FIFA 19 Switch handheld footage

Posted on 3 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments | 0 Likes

We have another look at FIFA 19 running on Switch with the video below. It’s a few more minutes of gameplay showing it off in handheld mode.

Thanks to Jorden for the tip.

FIFA 19 is coming to Switch on September 28, EA revealed today. The game will feature the addition of the UEFA Champions League and stars Cristiano Ronaldo.

The announcement trailer for FIFA 19 can be found below.

FIFA 18 discounted on the Switch eShop

Posted on 9 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 4 Comments | 0 Likes

FIFA 18 has gone on sale via the Switch eShop in time for the holidays. The game is currently 33% off in North America and Europe.

The digital version of FIFA 18 normally goes for $59.99 / €59.99 / £54.99. During the sale period, you can get it for $39.99 / €40.19 / £36.84.

The FIFA 18 sale will last until December 28 in North America and January 2 in Europe.

Source: Switch eShop

A new European commercial is in for the Switch version of FIFA 18. Take a look at the advert in the video below.

EA is finally back on Nintendo consoles with FIFA 18. But how exactly is the game from a technical standpoint on Switch? Digital Foundry investigated the game to find out.

The initial impression is that FIFA 18 on Switch has roots from last-gen versions of the game, but expands with new graphical features and gameplay tweaks. It’s sort of an in between release. The Switch version feels like it’s an extension of FIFA 17 instead of down-porting from FIFA 18 on other consoles.

As things stand now, the Switch version of FIFA 18 has a notable omission. The game currently lacks a way of connecting with friends online. If you’re hoping to challenge a buddy through the internet, the only hope you have is by some matchmaking miracle.

Unfortunately, EA isn’t saying much about the situation. When Eurogamer asked why FIFA 18 has no support for online friend battles, the company merely stated:

“FIFA 18 on Switch offers Local Seasons allowing friends to play against each other across two consoles in close proximity to one another, and we encourage those looking to compete online to take advantage of online modes on Switch including FIFA Ultimate Team, Online Seasons, and Online Tournaments.”

So that’s that. If you want to play against a friend in FIFA 18 on Switch, your best bet is doing so locally.


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