Released: EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA) unveiled Tuesday its EA SPORTS tournament title, EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, now available in stores throughout North America.

Complete with 11 Game Modes, 21 new stadiums, 7,469 players, 203 National Teams sanctioned by FIFA, and one hundred new football animations, the game is now available for Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft, and for PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system.

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“This summer’s tournament in Brazil promises to be one of the most colorful and exciting FIFA World Cups we’ve ever seen,” said Mat Prior, lead producer, EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup.

“The game we’ve created will give fans a chance to feel the excitement, drama, and flare of the tournament whether they choose to play offline against friends or online against people from all over the world.”

A new design feature Patriotic Presentation implements newly rendered 3D crowds, cut scenes from celebrations all over the world, and hundreds of flags and banners to bring the sights and sounds of Brazil directly to fans’ homes.

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Commentary in nine languages, a new soundtrack with 34 tracks, and EA SPORTS Talk Radio highlight a fully featured audio package to help shape the theme and narrative of the tournament.

EA SPORTS Talk Radio, featuring Ian Darke and Andy Goldstein, or Roger Bennett and Michael Davies (Men in Blazers), is available in Road to the FIFA World Cup and Captain your Country, contains over 50 hours of recorded content to stay up to date on all the action.

EA SPORTS Football Club will make it easy for fans of the franchise to continue their experience by making members’ existing XP and Football Club Credits available to use in the catalogue of EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup.

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One comment on “Released: EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

  1. darci on said:

    Ok so first of all, the heavily Brazil-themed soundtrack was a great idea. I am not really familiar with any Brazilian music, but I really like almost every one of the Brazilian songs they chose. However, I was pretty disappointed with the rest of the music. FIFA has always had great music, probably the pinnacle of sports game franchise music since FIFA 98, but out of all the non-Brazilian songs songs, the only one I really like is “Let’s Go” by 1985, which to it’s credit, is a great tune. If only all the great samba stood beside more tracks like this…

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