At last, football fanatics can get their hands on the much awaited FIFA 14, as a playable demo will be released today for consoles and PC.
The demo will feature eight teams including the likes of the Catalunya giants Barcelona, last year's UEFA Champions League Runners up Borrusia Dortmund, along with Italian Champions AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, Boca Juniors, Tottenham Hotspurs, Manchester City and New York Red Bulls.
EA has revealed in a tweet that the demo rosters were submitted before the transfer deadline day so a few teams have not been updated with their original squads. For instance, Mamadou Sakho is still at PSG although he has gone to the Merseyside club Liverpool.
The PC version is already available and can be downloaded via the Origin Store (choose the "try before you buy" option to download it).
As far as consoles are concerned, Xbox 360 demo is already appearing on Xbox Live while the PS3 owners had to wait a bit longer, however the latest update is that the demo is now available on both the consoles.
The list of FIFA 14 achievements were unveiled last week, including new features such as Pure Shot and a brand-new ball physics system will transform shooting, making every shot attempt feel real. FIFA 14 delivers online features and live services that connect gamers to each other through EA SPORTS Football Club. Players can take control of their favourite teams and players.
The game is all set for a launch on 24th September in North America and September 24th throughout Europe. Xbox One and PS4 versions will be available in November when the consoles are officially launched.
Xbox One pre-order will fetch you a free copy of FIFA 14.