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Becoming more and more common-place in games these days are deeper social features, allowing even more player interaction than in previous generations of online gaming. The newest soccer title from EA Sports, FIFA 13, is joining the growing list of games with more in-depth online functionality.
The popular online portion of FIFA games, now called Seasons, enables players to participate in 2 on 2 ranked matches, get promoted in league divisions, and earn trophies for the new Trophy Cabinet. Perfect your tactics, save your squad, and use them in future matches. The enhanced match-making options allow players to perfect their experience with Seasons. The new Seasons format is also being expanded to FIFA Ultimate Team, the web expansion to FIFA 12.
Another new feature, titled EA Sports Football Club Match Day, will create a realistic tie between real world and game world. FIFA 13 will more accurately reflect real world soccer events. Happenings reflected in-game will include suspensions, real-world injuries, media gossip, and more. The actual athlete’s stats, trades, and general happenings in real life will affect their in-game persona accurately.
FIFA Soccer 13 will be available on September 25th in North America and the 28th for the rest of the world. It will be available on PlayStation 3 (with PS Move support), Xbox 360 (with Kinect support), PlayStation Vita, Wii, PC, PlayStation 2, Nintendo 3DS, and the App Store for iPod Touch, iPad, and iPhone.