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When is FIFA 19 coming out, when can you pre-order and when is the demo release date?

Pep Guardiola in action on FIFA 19 (Picture: EA Sports)

With the Premier League returning next week and after a thrilling World Cup this summer, football fans are thoroughly excited for the arrival of FIFA 19.

The ever-popular soccer game is back, as it is every year, with new players, new features and new ways for you to spend money.

We are still a few weeks away from FIFA 19 landing in your PS4, Xbox, PC or wherever you play your virtual football, so hang tight.

Here is everything you need to know…

FIFA 19 - an unexpected sneak peek

FIFA 19 is not too far away now (Picture: EA Sports)

When is the FIFA 19 release date?

FIFA 19 will be available from Friday 28 September on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC (Origin).

Players who pre-order the Champions Edition or Ultimate Edition of the game will able to get three days early access and get the game on Tuesday 25 September.



How much will FIFA 19 cost?

To pre-order FIFA 19 Ultimate Edition now on PS4 or Xbox One will cost you £89.99.

How to pre-order FIFA 19

There are three versions of FIFA 19 that fans can choose from if theyre looking to pre-order the game and they each come with various extra features.

The Standard Edition includes up to five jumbo premium gold packs for Ultimate Team, as well as a Cristiano Ronaldo loan card and special edition FUT kits.

Gamers who pre-order the Champions Edition will also get three days early access, up to twenty jumbo premium gold pack, a Neymar loan card and Champions league player pick.

The biggest version of the game is the Ultimate Edition which was include all of the above, but players will receive up to fourty jumbo premium gold packs.

You can e-order a copy of the game directly from the EA Sports website, or you can alternatively order through various online retailers including Game and Amazon.

What are the new features in FIFA 19?

One of the biggest additions to FIFA 19 is the Champions League which is now licensed to be used in the game.

As well as having the Champions League tournament in kick-off and Career Mode, there will also be a Champions League mode.

Ultimate Team will also have updates based on the Champions League and Europa League

A new active touch system has also been added to the game and enables closer control of the ball, allowing more creativity and new options for first touches.



There are also new tactical options and players can have better control over scoring with a timed finishing system that has been introduced for FIFA 19.

50/50 battles on the pitch have also improved as a players reaction and the footballers attributes will help determine who will claim loose balls.

FIFA 19 will also include the final instalment of The Journey, which is the story mode that lets players follow Alex Hunter as he tries to reach the top and become a football star.

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