A demo for FIFA 18 is now available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4, EA recently confirmed. The demo offers access to twelve clubs and four stadiums, as follows: Teams: Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid CF, Atlético de Madrid,

September 2017 means one thing: the lead up to the holiday season. As such, get ready for a barrage of games, with sports titles leading the charge. There’s also a bunch of games finally heading to Nintendo Switch. Here’s what

EA Canada has shot down hope that NHL 18 will be ported over to the Nintendo Switch. “While we always continue to assess opportunities, so it’s not to say that’s a hard no, it’s not on our radar at this time,” Clement Kwong

If E3 2016 was EA’s step up to the present of E3 press conferences, dropping all mention of mobile games and profit margins, 2017 was its step into the future. When companies have used the tagline “by the fans, for

Electronic Arts’ 5.00 am AEST press conference has come and gone, but we’ve got all the news bundled up into one tidy package for you Aussie sleepyheads. We got the usual sports updates and YouTubers stumbling over their intros, but

EA kept quiet about the Nintendo Switch version of FIFA 18 at its press conference today, instead electing to populate a new website with information. The cut down version of FIFA 18, different from that on Windows PC, Xbox One

EA used its press conference to further detail FIFA 18‘s The Journey story mode. A short little trailer sets up the mode, basically implying Alex Hunter is. The. Man. Well, maybe not to Ronaldo. Check it out. Savage, eh? EA also

EA used its E3 2017 press conference to detail FIFA 18, the next iteration of the popular football franchise. FIFA 18, fuelled by Ronaldo, seems full of colour and confidence this year. Check out the game’s new trailer below: See? We weren’t

EA today detailed its offerings during its EA Play event, taking place over E3 2017. Confirmed for the show are FIFA 18, Madden NFL 18, NBA Live 18, Need for Speed: Payback, Battlefield 1 and Star Wars: Battlefront II. Two other titles

The Nintendo Switch version of FIFA 18 has been confirmed to be a cut-down version of the game available on PC, Xbox One and PS4. First, it’s been confirmed that the Switch version of FIFA 18 isn’t running DICE’s Frostbite engine; as such,

As promised, EA detailed FIFA 18 yesterday night. First, Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo was confirmed as the game’s cover star. You can see him above. More importantly, FIFA 18 marks the end of the franchise’s Xbox-exclusive content, dropping its Legends mode in

We’ll get our first look at FIFA 18 later tonight or early tomorrow, EA today confirmed. The news comes via the game’s Twitter page: The World’s Game.First Look: June 5, 2017#FIFA18 Subscribe to YouTube: https://t.co/RRsUn909Wu pic.twitter.com/W6hVckH3mc — EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA)

EA will continue “to be bullish” on the Nintendo Switch, the publisher said in a financial call earlier today. Chief Executive Officer Andrew Wilson used the call to say EA feels “really good” about the Switch, and is “excited” by

EA today confirmed a number of titles for E3’s EA Play, including the next Star Wars: Battlefront and Need for Speed titles. The titles confirmed for the event, are as follows: The next Star Wars: Battlefront The next Need for Speed Madden NFL 18