The real big change to FIFA 19 though is in the form of Survival Mode. And no, before you start having palpitations, this isn’t a battle royale mode in FIFA, although it’s not a far cry.
How does it work?
When you score a goal, one of your players (chosen at random) leaves the pitch. The game continues in that fashion until the 90 minutes are up. For better or worse, this mode still plays by real-life rules – meaning if you get below seven players the match is thrown out. So basically, it’s a fascinatingly tactical mode that forces you to decide when you want to score because scoring early could be detrimental.
FIFA 19 demo version is set to be released in early September and feature Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Juventus, Man City, Man Utd, PSG, Real Madrid, and Tottenham.
FIFA 19 releases worldwide on 28 September.