FIFA 16 – PC Demo Coming From September 8th To September 10th

EA Sports has announced that the FIFA 16 Demo is scheduled to launch from September 8th to 10th on the PC. Yeap, contrary to PES 2016, EA Sports will offer a demo prior to its official release. As the company noted, for many, this will be their first opportunity to experience the new ways to play, gameplay innovations, and sights and sounds of FIFA 16 before the game hits shelves on September 24th.

Here is what you can expect in the FIFA 16 Demo.

Game Options

  • Kick-Off: jump onto the pitch and play a match. When starting the FIFA 16Demo for the first time on PC, Xbox One, or PS4, you will begin at El Clasico, Real Madrid C.F. at home to FC Barcelona.
  • FIFA Ultimate Team Draft: experience a brand new way to play – FUT Draft. Make careful decisions as you build a squad, then take them onto the pitch in an offline match.
  • FIFA Trainer: everyone can Compete at a Higher Level in FIFA 16. Check out the FIFA Trainer, a new contextual training system, to pick up some new tips while playing Kick Off or FUT Draft.
  • New Skill Games: while matches are loading you’ll have a chance to try out six new skill games.
  • Bundesliga Broadcast Presentation: experience authentic broadcast graphics on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 when Borussia Dortmund visits Borussia Mönchengladbach at BORUSSIA-PARK.

Included in the demo are 10 top Club Teams and two Women’s Teams, including the World Cup Champion, U.S. Women’s National Team.

Clubs:

  • FC Barcelona
  • Borussia Dortmund
  • Borussia Mönchengladbach
  • Chelsea FC
  • Inter Milan
  • Manchester City
  • Paris Saint-Germain
  • Real Madrid C.F.
  • River Plate
  • Seattle Sounders

Women’s National Teams:

  • Germany
  • United States

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