EA Play 2018: FIFA 19 To Feature UEFA Champions League

For the first time ever, the UEFA Champions League is coming to EA Sports FIFA starting with FIFA 19.

The feature was announced during the EA Play event on Saturday, and it will be fully implemented throughout the game. There will be a full UEFA Champions Cup tournament for players to take part in, you will fight for the trophy within The Journey story mode, and you can try and capture the championship within the game’s Career Mode.

The UEFA Champions League had been a staple of the Pro Evolution Soccer series since 2009, but its agreement with Konami’s soccer title expired earlier this year. It led to speculation that EA was primed to scoop up the license, and that’s exactly what happened.

FIFA 19 launches on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC on September 28th.

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