EA SPORTS this week released its now-traditional FIFA World Cup™ finals official licensed videogame, generating great excitement in the gaming world.
Available in all platforms, EA SPORTS 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa takes its inspiration from the superb FIFA10, which hit stores last October. That does not mean to say, though, that it is just a national team version of the hugely popular FIFA series. There is more, much more to EA SPORTS 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa than that.
Aside from its vastly improved gameplay, it also boasts exceptional graphics and a host of new features guaranteeing you hours of exciting videogame action.
“Without a doubt it's the most complete online mode we've put together,” says its line producer Simon Humber. “We’ve redesigned the visuals from scratch and the result is even sexier and more appealing than FIFA10.”
A revolution in gaming
As well as improvements to lighting and sharper graphics, EA SPORTS 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa also features the coaches of the 32 qualifiers, not to mention the tournament stadiums, all of them packed to the rafters.
It also offers countless modes, with gamers being able to play qualifiers, warm-up matches, the knockout rounds or the tournament in its entirety. Thanks to EA Sports, you can take the likes of Vanuatu or Haiti all the way the FIFA World Cup Final.
Perhaps the most exciting new feature of them all, though, is the FIFA World Cup online tournament, in which you can select your favourite team and take on other gamers from around the world, no matter where they are.
So get gaming and live the dream with EA SPORTS 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa. Who knows, you could end up leading your country to glory on the biggest stage of all.