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FIFA 14 was one of the highlights of EA's Gamescom 2013 presentation, and EA Sports talked about the game's co-op Seasons feature and more.
With the inclusion of co-op in the Seasons mode, friends will be able to band together to get promoted or stave off relegation on separate systems in the popular format. The Match Day feature is also coming to Seasons, which means that you can use real-world injuries, form, and more in your Seasons play.
EA also announced that the FIFA 14 demo is coming on September 10th and 11th to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The game comes out September 27 on the current-gen systems and is included in the launch for the Xbox One. We expect to hear more about the launch of the PlayStation 4 later today. No matter which system you play on, EA Sports says your progress in FIFA 14 (Seasons, UT, FIFA FC, etc.) on the current generation will migrate over to FIFA 14 on the next.
For more on today's announcement of soccer legends in Ultimate Team, check out this story. Also be sure to check out the trailer below.
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Finally. We need to get a GIO community league going. I will probably be on PS4.
Just announce the leagues already!
I'm still confused about how exactly co-op works.
Hopefully it will be better than the Madden demo, where half the players disappeared.