Rather than opting to release a standalone edition, the studio will follow the trend of recent years with free World Cup-related content. It is dropping before the tournament starts, so players can warm themselves up for one of the biggest sporting events in the world.
The 23 players La Roja used most often in the qualification stage played on average 81.1 per cent of domestic league games, the highest figure of all 32 nations who will compete at Russian Federation 2018. Even pitch conditions relative to each stadium will be on point.
So what about all those teams that didn't make it into the final 32? Even more so when you consider players like Odion Ighalo, now playing in China, who will be added to the game. And what's more, they're not doing it as a direct result of having been brutally wounded by the anonymous force of the Reddit-sphere; no, this one is of their own volition, and it's sure to please all you Federation Internationale de Football Association nuts out there.More news: Southwest Airlines flight makes emergency landing due to cracked window
You can create your own World Cup tournament offline including licensed teams who didn't qualify like Italy.
Dynamic items will also be present, which will be carefully calibrated over the course of the real-life tournament to ensure they reflect such factors as match day performances and updated stats.
The popular Ultimate Team mode is also getting a World Cup update. Each team qualifying for the "Final 8" competition in the following year would bank $15 million and another $5 million for being runner-up or $10 million for winning the title.More news: Jose Mourinho: 'Marouane Fellaini clearly wants to stay'
He said, "I don't have any regret saying that Nigeria can win the World Cup".
The tournament, which will be known as the "Final 8", would be the climax of a global Nations League competition, which is part of an audacious plan to reform worldwide football which FIFA believes could be worth £18.3b in a 12-year cycle.More news: Trump says migrant caravan shows laws are 'weak'