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FIFA 19 Review

The release of FIFA 19 is imminent and the fans’ hands are itching to test one of the world’s most popular games. It is no longer a secret that Cristiano Ronaldo is on the cover of the game, making the Portuguese for the second year in a row chosen by EA Sports as the face of the game. But there are more aspects of the game that we are aware of and we now have a good idea of what to expect.

FIFA 19 | Official Reveal Trailer with UEFA Champions League

EA SPORTS™ FIFA 19 officially launches worldwide September 28 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch™, and PC. Experience the world’s most prestigious club competition in FIFA 19 with the addition of the UEFA Champions League:

The article bellow translated from Dutch / By Jurian Ubachs  / This article was originally posted on

FIFA 19 is certainly not perfect, but shows improvement in almost all areas compared to FIFA 18. Various game modes are extensive, with a starring role for The Journey: Champions and the new House Rules that can provide pots between friends with some hilarity.

Ultimate Team remains the center of the game for many players, and that game mode also has some nice innovations.

The most important thing, however, is that FIFA 19 clearly plays differently from FIFA 18. Nevertheless, the game quickly feels very smooth and smooth. The new shooting system is potentially a good addition, but we are not yet able to get used to it.

We are, however, pleased with the much better performing keepers, with which an important downside of FIFA 18 has been solved.

Other downsides, such as cumbersome scouting in Career Mode and the fact that the Eredivisie is still finished with unrecognizable players, unfortunately still exist.



  • The Journey even more fun
  • No innovation in Career Mode
  • FUT again more extensive
  • New shooting system feels uncomfortable
  • House Rules
  • Dutch players unrecognizable as always
  • Game play feels good
  • Atmosphere in stadiums
  • Good keepers