FIFA 18 Reviews Round-up!
FIFA 18 reviews have started coming in! This year’s release is looking really good basing on critic reviews so far. The reviews came from those who are subscribed to EA Access or Origin Access. Being a member gives you early access to EA games such as FIFA 18.
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In the reviews aggregate site Metacritic, FIFA 18 has received Generally Favorable critic reviews with a score of 84 out of 100 from 33 critics.
Below are just some of the FIFA 18 reviews we have chosen from different major gaming websites. The scores are out of 100, unless stated otherwise.
FIFA 18 will be available starting 29 September 2017 on PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One.
FIFA 18 Reviews Round-up
Site: Hardcore Gamer
FIFA continues to show no signs of slowing down its dominance, as this year’s title further enhances the consistently enjoyable gameplay thanks to improvements to the on-field animations and varied, but realistic presentation. The core modes could have been better off with a similar amount of enhancements, particularly FUT and Career’s reliance on an unnecessarily complex menu system, but as a whole, FIFA 18 will once again reign supreme as one of this year’s most accessible and crowd-pleasing titles both in and outside of its genre.
The best footballing package available, with myriad improvements – yet still unlikely to convert fans of the opposition.
On-field improvements are strong
Likenesses are unsurpassed as ever
This year’s Frostbite is “absolutely dreamy”
Lower-tier football “no fun for everyone”
Sterner critics won’t be appeased by familiar FUT elements
Site: Playstation Lifestyle
FIFA 18 is an incredible football game that has something to offer every gamer. There’s a very human and relatable story to be found in Alex Hunter’s latest chapter, and those who just want polished gameplay will find just that in its many different modes. In addition, anyone who is a fan of the beautiful game will want to check out this year’s installment.
Story mode is great, “full of surprises”
Presentation is top-notch
Gameplay is fast and fun
“I still find FUT to be uncompelling”
FIFA 18 is what I wanted FIFA 17 to be. After EA finally decided to overhaul the series last year, outfitting it with DICE’s Frostbite engine and a single-player story mode, it was a big step in the right direction after a couple of mundane years for the publisher’s premier franchise. Now its sequel has built upon that groundwork, resulting in a true return to form that is undoubtedly one of the best FIFAs yet.
Animations have improved, player movement is fluid
Excellent single-player mode
Ultimate Team is “as exciting as ever”
“No Pro Clubs love”
FIFA 18 is the best FIFA game in years. There are some obvious flaws — some of which are more frustrating than others — but as a complete package, the series is making progress, once again.
Ball control and attacks are the most fluid they have been in years
FUT tweaks improve an already great mode
Single player mode, The Journey, is “some theatrical fun”
“Defenders feel less important and set pieces are a chore”
FIFA 18 captures the world of football and confidently translates it into a video game. On the pitch, however, EA’s soccer series is still lagging far behind PES 2018‘s more fluid, satisfying football. This year’s improvements are welcome, but more needs to be done in the coming years if FIFA is to be a world-beater once again.
Presentation is superb, which were further improved by diverse atmospheres
“Breadth and depth of modes will keep you entertained for hours”
Compared with FIFA 17, FIFA 18 feels more responsive, consistent, and satisfying
“Movement and ball work is lagging behind PES 2018 on the pitch”
Huge changes are not seen on different game modes over last year
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