We went hands-on with FIFA 19 at the EA Play event (that orbits kind of close to E3 itself) and here’s what we thought of it.
It’s a FIFA game. Also, it now has the Champion’s League trophy in it, but other than that, it’s the same as every other FIFA game.
That’s literally all there is to say about it – 7/10.
And take a moment, before you get all shouty in the comments, and think: isn’t this exactly what you wanted to hear about FIFA 19? Yes, we’re kind of joking, but also, entirely serious.
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