EA Sports FIFA to launch on Android and iOS September 22

EA Sports FIFA for smartphones and tablets will be free to download and play and features console-like graphics, enhanced AI, and all the bells and whistles you've come to expect from the franchise.

EA Sports FIFA Screen grab

Even though the PC and console versions have been annual staples for many gamers, Electronic Arts (EA) hasn't forgotten about smartphone and tablet owners. The latest in its attempt to dominate smaller screens sees EA Sports FIFA hitting Android and iOS devices on September 22. The same day of the game’s American release on PC and consoles.

EA Sports FIFA for smartphones and tablets will be free to download and play and features console-like graphics, enhanced AI, and all the bells and whistles you've come to expect from the franchise. The mobile game also gets player goal celebrations, and new control options for smoother gameplay.

But the biggest difference is the ability of gamers to exchange players. It's a new feature that gives you the players you want. Rather than sell or discard unwanted players, you can such players for random new ones. The better the player exchanged, the higher chance of getting a better rated player in return.

The game's popular Ultimate Team mode has also undergone a few important changes, the most important of which ensures that you won't have to start over with your Ultimate Team from scratch. With regular updates and events, you can keep your existing players, keep playing and having fun.

While all these changes sound good, it’ll be interesting to see how they're received by the game's fan base when it launches on September 22.

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