FIFA 18 is a simulation game developed by Electronic Arts. It is also the second FIFA game to use the Frostbite 3 game engine which allows it to be compatible with Microsoft Windows, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. The Windows version of FIFA 18 continues the story-based mode that first appeared in FIFA 17. The Journey: Hunter Returns is the fictional story found in FIFA 18 about a young yet decorated English football player about to play internationally. You can also opt to play the Career mode to increase your ability and receive promotions.
FIFA 18 simulated association football. This means you will get to play in one of the English Premier League stadia. Your competition will also be an EPL accredited team. You will also find teams from Germany, Iceland, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and New Zealand. Separate from the national team are the FIFA 18 Ultimate Team Icons. It is a team of real-life and multi-awarded football players which include, Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, and Robert Lewandowski. The matches will take place across twelve countries and eighty-fields which include fully licensed and generic fields.
The main draw of FIFA 18 is its story mode. The storyline picks up where FIFA 17 left off. It centers around Alex Hunter, a rookie football player from London with traits and honors. It includes a Premier League title and Football Association Challenge Cup win. Alex is still fully customizable including new athletic gear and styles. As he a recognized player, you can bring him to international championships in Brazil, United States, etc. The storyline follows Alex’s professional and personal life that has a tendency to overlap.
Regardless of how well you play the game, Alex will suffer a knee injury. The game will then lead you to play Danny Williams, another up and coming player. His career is in need of a revival so you can opt to play him for the rest of the game. The story-mode will end with Alex garnering a few achievements but receiving an offer from an agent.
FIFA 18 offers both a story and an interactive mode with highly rendered graphics and physical accuracy. Altogether, it makes the game suitable for users with large storage space and strong processors. To be able to play this sports game, you will need the 64-bit version of Windows 10 as well as the following specifications:
CPU: Intel i3 6300T or equivalent benchmark (5,199) - Intel i3 4340 (5,226), and Intel i3 4350 (5,302) as alternatives.
AMD equivalent is AMD Athlon X4 870K (5,219) - AMD FX-4350 (5,272) and FX-4330 (5,297) as alternatives.
Hard Drive Space Required: 50.0 GB
Minimum Supported Video Cards: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 or AMD Radeon R9 270X
Goes above and beyond sports simulation
FIFA 18 offers football fans more than a virtual platform. It couples the skill with a cohesive story gamers can interact with. The addition of graphics that mimic real-life physical anatomy ties the gaming experience together. At the same time, the game also allows players to have control of the game by letting them be in charge of their careers. The game relies heavily on hardware, making it more suitable for avid gamers. Beginners can still enjoy this game once they’ve met the system requirements as the game is easy to follow. Overall, it is a good game sports fans.