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    Jack Taylor

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FIFA 19 is the football simulation video game developed by EA Vancouver as the 26th installment of the popular FIFA series, and the third game that was produced entirely using the versatile Frostbite 3 engine that powers the majority of the hit titles from Electronic Arts.

In addition to many gameplay improvements, the critics and players praised the introduction of popular football leagues such as the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, and the UEFA Super Cup. Those competitions were all previously part of the competing Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) soccer franchise from Konami, but that licensing expired and allowed Electronic Arts to secure them for FIFA 2019 Edition and its numerous sequels.

As for the other new additions present in this game, they are present in every part of the game - from singleplayer, to the game feel, new visual addons, introductions of new teams and leagues, improved presentation, to the vastly expanded online capabilities that can provide gamers with countless hours of tactical gameplay, entertainment and heated competition with both friends and random opponents.

The gameplay changes include the addition of new animation systems, such as Active Touch System that manages the way players on the field are interacting during collisions, Timed Finishing that controls the way ball is kicked, 50/50 Battles system for determining which player will get a ball in a duel, and Dynamic Tactics system for managing game strategies. As for the new leagues, FIFA 19 has added full licensed support for the Serie A, Russian Premier League, and others.

Visual presentation has received a large update, with the completion of all 20 English Premier League stadiums and grounds, 16 new stadiums from the Spanish La Liga, and many others. Like with every other recent EA Sports soccer game, DLC add-ons can significantly expand the content of the base game. This time, FIFA 19 got additional support for a full 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup tournament.

The showcase mode of the EA SPORTS FIFA 19 is, of course, the story-based “The Journey: Champions”, which represents the third and final chapter in the saga of the fictional soccer player Alex Hunter. In this cinematic and very well-made single-player mode, Alex Hunter manages to sign to Real Madrid to become the team’s biggest star.

PC players of FIFA 19 can expect to get one of the best looking and best performing soccer video games of all time, with customizable controls, expanded PC configuration options, and streamlined online play.

System Requirements - Can I Run FIFA 19
  • OS: Windows 10 - 64-Bit or Windows 11
  • CPU: Intel i3 6300T or equivalent
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • HARD DRIVE: At least 50 GB of free space
  • VIDEO: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 or AMD Radeon R9 270X
  • DirectX: DirectX 12 compatible
  • Realistic Gameplay
  • Impressive Graphics
  • Extensive Game Modes
  • Licensed Teams
  • Active Online Community
  • Ultimate Team Mode
  • Improved Commentary
  • Pay-to-Win Elements
  • Lackluster Career Mode
  • Limited Managerial Control
  • Glitches and Bugs
  • Predictable AI
  • Inconsistent Player Ratings

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