At EA Play Conference that took place today during this weekend’s E3 event, EA released two new trailers for the upcoming FIFA 18 game. One highlighting the game’s story mode and the other showcasing more of the game’s gameplay.

As revealed a couple of days ago, the game will be available in three different editions: Standard Edition, The Ronaldo Edition, and ICON Edition. The Ronaldo Edition is said to allow for a three-day early access to the game. The ICON Edition will come with some additional FUT goodies in the form of loan players—this edition will also grant the player with a three-day early access. The Ronald Edition is where things get juicy in goodies—you’ll be receiving Cristiano Ronaldo as a loan through FUT, 8 special edition FUT kits, and up to a $60 worth of Jumbo Premium Gold FUT packs—which depends on what edition you pre-order.

Nintendo Switch Version

EA released new information for the upcoming Nintendo Switch version. The company announced that the game will support full and split Joy-Con support, and it’ll include every game mode we’ve come familiar with in a FIFA game. It’s has been confirmed that this version will not contain the game’s story mode, only FIFA Ultimate Team, Career Mode, Switch Kick Off, and Local Seasons.

The game is said to take advantage of its console’s unique abilites—portable that is. This would allow players to play the game either docked, on-the-go, or tabletop mode. Multiple control schemes will also be featured, so in case you prefer to play your game a certain way—there’s an option to do so and fit your playstyle however way you’ll like. We also know that the game will fully support 1080p while docked and 720p while on-the-go, as of now we’ve gotten no mentions for the game’s frame-rate something Nintendo users are widely curious with when it comes to a game of this scale.

EA Producer, Andrei Lăzărescu stated the following in regards to the game heading to the Nintendo Switch:

“FIFA 18 on Nintendo Switch is the best FIFA you can take with you anywhere, play anytime and with anyone. We’re delivering the immersive and authentic experience that fans expect from FIFA, while leveraging innovative ways to play both at home and on the go with Nintendo Switch.”

To read up more on what EA revealed for the upcoming game, check out our recent article on the matter. Check out the two new trailers down below:

FIFA 18 launches September 29th, for PS4 – PS3, Xbox One – 360, PC, and the Nintendo Switch.

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