The latest FIFA 19 demo release date news for September
One of the world’s biggest franchises is about to see its yearly release on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.
FIFA 19 will be the latest launch in the long-running sports staple, which looks to be getting a significant upgrade this year.
Fans are getting access to the Champions League, as well as other notable gameplay tweaks.
And fans won’t have to wait long to try out the new content, as it looks like the official FIFA 19 demo release date has been leaked.
For those who don’t know, each year EA Sports launch a small demo for fans to play before the big release.
This usually occurs several weeks before the final launch, which has been set for the end of September.
And from the latest reports online, the new FIFA 19 demo will be arriving in 12 days time.
New information has leaked online, which claims to confirm that the FIFA 19 demo will be available to play on September 13.
EA Sports are launching FIFA 19 later this month
This would line up with past years, which has seen EA Sports release the limited content around two weeks before the full FIFA launch.
Fans can also expect the usual lineup of big clubs to be in the free download, including the likes of Real Madrid, Juventus, PSG, Manchester City, Juventus, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Borussia Dortmund and Atletico Madrid.
There’s no Barcelona as the team is still tied up with a deal with rival footy game, PES.
Fans are also expecting to see a snippet of gameplay from the new Jack Hunter game mode, which will be part of the FIFA 19 launch.
This year’s Journey adventure will play out a little differently, with EA Sports confirming: “The Journey: Champions follows three heroes with their own distinct stories.
“Guide Alex Hunter, Danny Williams, and Kim Hunter through their respective journeys as they reach some of the most significant moments of their careers.
“As their stories intertwine and occur simultaneously, switch between all three characters at any time to change up your experience.
“Cross paths with some of the world’s most famous footballers, including Neymar Jr., Alex Morgan, Paulo Dybala, Kevin De Bruyne, and more.”
EA Sports has also provided several ways for fans to start playing the game before the official release.
Those who have Origin Access Premier can play FIFA 19 on PC starting on September 20, while those with EA Access on Xbox One can play a 10-hour trial of FIFA 19 beginning on the same day.
It should also be noted that anyone who pre-ordered FIFA 19 Champions Edition or Ultimate Edition on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC can start playing the full game on September 25.
Some player ratings from FIFA 19 also appear to have leaked early, including some of those from the world’s top players.
Despite approaching the twilight years of his career, the 33-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo looks set to keep his 94 rating.
Neymar, meanwhile, is widely expected to remain at 92, with Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale staying at 89.
World Cup star Luka Modric and Sergio Ramos have been given ratings that put themselves ahead of him, at 91.
And, regarding Manchester City, the screenshot shows De Bruyne given a vast 91.
Manchester United are another team that will be featured in the FIFA 19 demo and have also seen some changes in their ratings.
David De Gea was rated 90 on the last game but, after winning the Golden Glove last season, it looks like the Spain international is now at 91.
Ashley Young has gone from 75 to 80, while Jones has been upped from 79 to 80.
Chris Smalling stays at 81, but Antonio Valencia is now 82, down a notch from last year’s game.
Eric Bailly has plummeted from 84 to 82 – perhaps the result of regular injury problems – while Luke Shaw is at 78, down one.