Get your kicks with EA Sports mobile FIFA game, set to hit Android and iOS on September 22nd

Get your kicks with EA Sports mobile FIFA game, set to hit Android and iOS on September 22nd
EA Sports FIFA is set to hit the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store on September 22nd. The soccer simulation game has already been soft-launched for iOS devices. With console quality game play and graphics, the game is free to download and install, but there will be in-app purchases offered. You can put together your own team and build your roster through trades and player transfers. Perhaps if you need a goal-scorer, you can land one by making an in-app purchase.

Once you are happy with the way your team is built, you can take on other teams via tournaments. Player navigation is handled using the left side of the screen, while actions like passing and kicking are initiated by using the big buttons on the right of the screen. The controls are easy to work and the right combination will allow you to set up a potent scoring chance like a crossing pass. How realistic is EA Sports FIFA for mobile platforms? After scoring a goal, you can decide what kind of celebration will take place on the screen. And while on defense, you can perform a sliding tackle to try to steal possession of the ball.

After the season ends, you won't have to start again next year. You get to keep your current roster with player's abilities updated based on how they performed in real life. Soccer is still immensely popular throughout the world, as are mobile devices. Thus, we would expect that EA will have a winner here with mobile FIFA. Check out screenshots from the game by clicking on the slideshow below.

source: EAFIFA via AndroidAuthority


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