FIFA 19 – Game

About FIFA 19 – Game



FIFA 19 System Requirements

Minimum

  • CPU: Intel Core i3-2100 / AMD Phenom II X4 965 or better
  • CPU SPEED: Info
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 – 64-Bit
  • VIDEO CARD: 1 GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 / AMD Radeon R7 260
  • PIXEL SHADER: 5.0
  • VERTEX SHADER: 5.0
  • DEDICATED VIDEO RAM: 1024 MB

FIFA 19 System Requirements

Recommended

  • CPU: Intel i3 6300T or equivalent
  • CPU SPEED: Info
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • OS: Windows 10 – 64-Bit
  • VIDEO CARD: 2 GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 or AMD Radeon R9 270X
  • PIXEL SHADER: 5.0
  • VERTEX SHADER: 5.0
  • DEDICATED VIDEO RAM: 2048 MB








FIFA 19 Game Details

FIFA 19 is a football simulation video game developed by EA Vancouver and released by Electronic Arts on 28 September 2018 for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Microsoft Windows. It is the 26th installment in the FIFA series.

As with FIFA 18, Cristiano Ronaldo featured as the cover athlete of the regular edition: however, following his unanticipated transfer from Real Madrid to Juventus, new cover art was released. He also appeared with Neymar in the cover of the Champions edition. From February 2019, an updated version featured Neymar, Kevin De Bruyne and Paulo Dybala on the cover of the regular edition.

The game features the UEFA club competitions for the first time, including the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League and the UEFA Super Cup as well. Martin Tyler and Alan Smith return as regular commentators, while the new commentary team of Derek Rae and Lee Dixon feature in the UEFA competitions mode. Composer Hans Zimmer and rapper Vince Staples recorded a new remix of the UEFA Champions League anthem specifically for the game.

The character¬†Alex Hunter, who first appeared in¬†FIFA 17, returns for the third and final installment of “The Journey”, entitled, “The Journey: Champions”. In June 2019, a free update added the¬†FIFA Women’s World Cup¬†as a separate game mode. It is the last FIFA game to be available on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and the last known game to be physically available for the PlayStation 3 worldwide.



GAMEPLAY

Gameplay changes on¬†FIFA 19 include the new “Active Touch System” an overhaul of player control, “timed finishing” where the kick button may be pressed a second time to determine the exact moment the ball is actually kicked, “50/50 battles” a system for determining how likely a player will win loose balls, and “Dynamic Tactics” which allows players to configure strategies, and switch between them in real-time during a match.

FIFA 19¬†introduces the¬†UEFA Champions League,¬†UEFA Europa League¬†and¬†UEFA Super Cup¬†competitions to the game, after their¬†licenses¬†with¬†Konami’s¬†Pro Evolution Soccer¬†expired. The game will have support for promotion and relegation between the Champions League and Europa League.¬†Martin Tyler¬†and¬†Alan Smith¬†return as regular commentators with¬†Derek Rae¬†and¬†Lee Dixon¬†as Champions League commentators.¬†Geoff Shreeves¬†also returns as the touchline reporter as well as¬†Alan McInally¬†providing updates from around the league. New graphics and stadiums have been implemented.

Composer¬†Hans Zimmer¬†and rapper¬†Vince Staples¬†recorded a new remix of the¬†UEFA Champions League anthem¬†for¬†FIFA 19. It can also be heard in the game’s reveal trailer.

The Nintendo Switch port will receive upgrades over FIFA 18. On 9 June 2018, EA Sports uploaded an official reveal trailer on their YouTube channel. Cristiano Ronaldo returned as the global cover star for a second consecutive time. He and Neymar appear on the Champions and Ultimate Edition packs. However, Ronaldo was taken off the cover in February. Now, it features Neymar, Kevin De Bruyne and Paulo Dybala on the cover. It includes 55 national teams with 35 licensed leagues.

It was confirmed that the game would have a licensed¬†Serie A¬†after being called “Calcio A” (due to licensing issues) in¬†FIFA 17¬†and¬†FIFA 18. The game will include the¬†Chinese Super League, the first FIFA title to do so. However, it was confirmed that the game will not include the¬†Russian Premier League, as it did in¬†FIFA 18¬†and previous FIFAs. Russian Premier League teams¬†CSKA Moscow,¬†Spartak Moscow, and¬†Lokomotiv Moscow¬†were kept, while¬†Dinamo Zagreb,¬†Dynamo Kyiv,¬†Slavia Praha, and¬†Viktoria Plzen¬†were added to the game.¬†Boca Juniors¬†appears as¬†Buenos Aires FC¬†in the game since the club signed a deal with¬†Konami; for the same reasons,¬†Colo-Colo¬†appears as¬†CD Vi√Īazur. Once again, due to¬†Konami¬†securing deals with certain Brazilian clubs, the¬†Campeonato Brasileiro S√©rie A¬†is featured in an incomplete form, this time with only 15 clubs, with the notable omissions of¬†S√£o Paulo,¬†Palmeiras,¬†Corinthians,¬†Flamengo¬†and¬†Vasco da Gama, all of which are Konami partners. The remaining Brazilian clubs, while appearing with licensed branding, do not have any of their players licensed due to an ongoing judicial dispute over image rights, which are negotiated individually with each player, unlike other countries.

As with every FIFA game, there are new skills included, with¬†Andr√©s Iniesta’s signature move,¬†La Croqueta¬†and Watford legend¬†Luther Blissett’s famous skill the Emery Spin, featuring in¬†FIFA 19. 25 new icons have been added to the Ultimate Team in¬†FIFA 19, including¬†Rivaldo,¬†Roberto Baggio,¬†Johan Cruyff,¬†George Best,¬†Lu√≠s Figo,¬†Steven Gerrard,¬†Roy Keane,¬†Ryan Giggs,¬†Bobby Moore,¬†Franco Baresi,¬†Ruud van Nistelrooy,¬†Eus√©bio,¬†Hidetoshi Nakata,¬†Fabio Cannavaro,¬†Michael Ballack¬†and¬†Frank Lampard. New¬†goal celebrations¬†featured include¬†Kylian Mbapp√©’s ‘Little Brother’,¬†Roberto Firmino’s ‘Matador’,¬†Mohamed Salah¬†performing a¬†sujud, Neymar’s ‘Hang Loose’, while Cristiano Ronaldo and his nearest teammate both perform Ronaldo’s ‘Siii’ jump together.

New stadiums confirmed for¬†FIFA 19¬†include the new¬†Tottenham Hotspur Stadium,¬†Molineux Stadium, home of¬†Wolverhampton Wanderers,¬†Craven Cottage, home of¬†Fulham, and the¬†Cardiff City Stadium, home of¬†Cardiff City¬†and¬†Wales national football team, ensuring all 20 English¬†Premier League¬†grounds are featured. There will also be 16 new stadiums from the Spanish¬†La Liga, with 3 more from the Spanish¬†Segunda Division. The only absent stadium from¬†La Liga¬†will be the¬†Camp Nou, due to¬†Barcelona’s¬†exclusive deal with rival game¬†Pro Evolution Soccer 2019. The only new¬†Major League Soccer¬†stadium featured is the¬†Mercedes-Benz Stadium¬†of¬†Atlanta United, joining¬†LA Galaxy’s¬†StubHub Center¬†and¬†Seattle Sounders’¬†CenturyLink Field.

The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions, known as FIFA 19: Legacy Edition, do not contain any new gameplay features aside from updated kits and squads.


STORY

The story starts out with Alex Hunter, his half-sister Kim, and Danny Williams watching a video of Hunter’s grandfather, Jim Hunter, scoring his 100th career goal for his club in a¬†First Division¬†match at¬†Coventry City. Prior to that (as the calendar flashes back to previous months), they train with their respective teams for the pre-season friendly tournament which is being held in Japan, where in semifinals Danny faces¬†Club Am√©rica, and Alex is playing against¬†Juventus, who has¬†Cristiano Ronaldo¬†and a mysterious defender (who, in twist of events, is Danny’s brother Terry Williams) – ending with Alex and Danny’s teams facing each other in the tournament’s final (or third place match if Danny’s team loses). After it, Toro says to Alex that he never received his apology. Alex either apologizes and reconciles with his former friends, with Li-Li suggesting that they go to eat some sushi, or either becomes Toro’s arch-rival, with Li-Li explaining that Alex is just not hanging on with Toro, who is looking forward to face Alex in the next game. Kim Hunter trains with the USWNT and forms a partnership with Alex Morgan. Alex Hunter later meets with Beatriz Villanova, the football agent that contacted him at the end of the previous journey ‚Äď promising to make Alex an icon in world football. She keeps her promise and tells Alex that¬†Real Madrid¬†have offered him a 5-year contract, which he accepts and heads over to Spain to his new club. Alex is yet to make his Champions League debut and gets help from various mentors in the team to help him boost his stats.

Alex and Danny play in the Champions League group stage matches. Alex’s group include¬†Tottenham Hotspur¬†or¬†Manchester United¬†(Hunter faces Manchester United if his Premier League club previously was Tottenham Hotspur; Hunter faces Tottenham Hotspur if he didn’t choose that club in previous games),¬†Olympique de Marseille¬†and¬†Sporting CP¬†while Danny’s group involves his brother Terry’s team¬†Paris Saint-Germain¬†(he moved there from Juventus in the transfer window),¬†Ajax¬†and¬†Shakhtar Donetsk. Both Alex and Danny’s teams make it out of their groups and are drawn at opposite ends of the bracket. By this point Alex has become increasingly caught up in his brand and sponsor duties from his agents demands and the increasing fame is starting to drive a wedge between his family. This is further seen when Kim comes to visit Alex before the World Cup and Alex does not go to pick her up from the airport due to him being too busy with his new clothing brand, much to both Kim and his mother’s dismay. Due to this, Alex is dropped from both the starting XI and substitutes before the second-leg of the first knockout round in the Champions League against¬†Borussia Dortmund, meaning he has to fight his way back to the starting lineup to regain his manager’s trust. At the same time Danny is also having agent issues as his friend Ringo and his agent Michael which results in both agents having an argument over Danny wanting a new house or not, with the player given a choice as to which person he sides with. Alex and Beatriz then go to visit Kim before the first Women’s World Cup knockout game and Beatriz, having been impressed by Kim’s abilities, tells her that she should go pro and not go to college. Back in the Champions League, Alex faces Juventus in the quarterfinal and Manchester United or¬†Manchester City¬†in the semifinal (Hunter only faces Manchester United if his Premier League club previously was Manchester City; Hunter faces Manchester City if he didn’t choose that club in previous games) and Danny faces¬†A.S. Roma¬†in the round of 16,¬†Bayern Munich¬†in quarterfinal and once again, his brother’s side PSG in the semifinal. Both defeat their rivals and progress to the Champions League Final.

Kim and the USA team reach the final of the 2019 FIFA Woman’s World Cup where they face up against their national rivals, Canada, led by Melanie Trembley. If USA win the final, Kim celebrates and is later implied to have signed a professional deal with a club. If the team loses the final Kim returns to college to finish her studies, but still hopes to go pro one day. In the¬†2019 Champions League Final¬†at the¬†Wanda Metropolitano¬†in Madrid, Real Madrid face Danny’s (Alex’s former)¬†Premier League¬†side. Regardless of who wins the final, the losing character takes their defeat graciously as the other celebrates being crowned the best club team in Europe. Both Danny and Alex reconcile after the final, along with Li-Li and Toro (who was apologized earlier; if Alex was hostile, Toro leaves the pitch). The game ends with Jim telling Alex that he has never been prouder of him and that when he retires, he will be the greatest Hunter of all time, drawing Alex Hunter’s journey to an end. The ending of Danny Williams story mode has either him congratulating Terry or being confronted for his loss.


Development

EA Vancouver¬†(formerly known as¬†EA Burnaby, then¬†EA Canada) is a Canadian¬†video game developer¬†located in¬†Burnaby,¬†British Columbia. The development studio opened as¬†Distinctive Software¬†in January 1983, and is also¬†Electronic Arts’s largest and oldest studio. EA Vancouver employs approximately 1,300 people, and houses the world’s largest¬†video game test¬†operation.


Release

September 28, 2018




FIFA 19 Download Files 

  • fg-01.bin (27.7 GB)
  • fg-02.bin (107.5 MB)
  • fg-03.bin (16.1 MB)
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  • fg-selective-dutch.bin (1.0 GB)
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  • fg-selective-french.bin (1.3 GB)
  • fg-selective-german.bin (1.3 GB)
  • fg-selective-italian.bin (1.4 GB)
  • fg-selective-mexican.bin (1.2 GB)
  • fg-selective-polish.bin (1.4 GB)
  • fg-selective-russian.bin (1.2 GB)
  • fg-selective-spanish.bin (1.4 GB)

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