EA has confirmed during its E3 2018 press event when it’s going to release FIFA 19 for supported consoles. The title is already in development and fans are excited to know that it will be coming to the Nintendo Switch as well. FIFA 19 will certainly appeal to fans of the franchise given that it also includes the UEFA Champions League.


The FIFA 19 release date for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch was confirmed during the EA Play E3 2018 press event. The game is going to be out on September 28th for the aforementioned platforms. EA says that FIFA 19 brings visual improvements to make the stadiums, match balls, kits, and crowds “like the real thing.”

A new commentary team featuring Derek Rae and Lee Dixon has been added as well. The UEFA Champions League is tied into the game which features a new tournament mode which will let players use any European football club from start to finish. A Champions League refresh is also on the cards for Ultimate Team, one of the most popular modes in FIFA.

EA Access and Origin Access subscribers wil be able to play the game early starting September 20th with Play First Trials. They will also be able to save 10 percent if they decided to buy the full game. FIFA 19 will be released for everyone else on September 28th, 2018.

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