To coincide with the console release on September 25, FIFA 13 will hit the AppStore to boot…
With 33 licensed stadiums, 30 leagues and more than 500 teams available, FIFA 13 promises to more realistic than previous iOS incarnations. The game includes multiple game modes, including league/cup tournaments and manager mode, to attempt to deliver the deepest football possible. For the first time, you’ll be able to rise to the top of the leaderboards and play a match with your friends online (using EA’s Origin), taking superstars like Messi and Benzema on the pitch against competitors in the FIFA online world.
In addition, EA SPORTS Football Club connects players to the real-world sport, enabling you to follow your favorite club by earning XP to level up and build status, as well as connect with millions of other players around the world. Re-live crucial moments in football history through regular challenges. For bragging rights, you’ll be able to share your best (or worst) moments on the pitch by uploading them to YouTube from within the game. Other improvements to the game include graphic updates to player’s faces, better stadiums, and the full match day environments, as well as advances made to the control scheme.
Look out for our review next Tuesday when the game hits AppStores worldwide. In the meantime, you can check out our E3 hands-on from earlier this year.