FIFA 14 Ultimate Team: World Cup – Comes To FIFA 14 As A Free Update

Electronic Arts announced today FIFA 14 Ultimate Team: World Cup; a free experience that brings the excitement of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil to FIFA 14’s most popular game mode. The World Cup addition for FIFA 14 Ultimate Team will be available on May 29 for PC via an automatic online update to FIFA 14.

FIFA 14 Ultimate Team: World Cup is described as a separate mode within FIFA Ultimate Team that lets players build their ultimate squad of players from all 32 National Teams attending this summer’s tournament in Brazil. FIFA Ultimate Team World Cup features all 32 National Team crests, the official adidas Brazuca match ball, National Team kits, the Estadio do Marcana stadium, and all new look and feel within FIFA 14 Ultimate Team.

Players can improve their team to make them tournament contenders by acquiring new players and consumables from special Packs in the FIFA 14 Ultimate Team: World Cup Store. Every FUT World Cup Pack includes a free Gold Pack available for use in the traditional FIFA 14 Ultimate Team experience.

FIFA 14 Ultimate Team fans will also have the chance to write football history. With Online and Single Player tournament modes, players can compete through the group stage and knockout phases in order to win the FIFA World Cup. By winning matches, players will earn in-game virtual coins that can be used to acquire packs in the FIFA 14 Ultimate Team: World Cup Store to strengthen their squad. Fans can increase squad chemistry by finding and playing with players from the same country or governing confederation.

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