EA Sports 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil game launches in April
EA Sports is the name behind some of the most popular sports games on the market today. One of those popular games is FIFA 14 that has sold very well. EA Sports has announced that it has another soccer (or football depending on where you are from) game that will be landing in April.
The game is called 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil and it will only be available for Xbox 360 and PS3. Oddly, there is no mention of the game for the next generation game consoles PS4 and Xbox One. The game promises tweaks that weren't seen on FIFA 14. The game has a new ball control system with new animations for passing and more.
Player can use the d-pad to control teammates. Players can leap over attackers when on defense to clear the ball. The game also has several modes. The modes include Road to FIFA World Cup, Road to Rio de Janeiro, Captain your Country, and Story of Qualifying.
EA Sports says that the game has over 50 hours of recorded audio, 7469 players, and 19 managers. There are 21 stadiums including all 12 located in Brazil.
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