FIFA 18 is just around the corner. The newest iteration of EA Sports’ popular console video game series rolls out a month later on 29th September, and fans are already queuing up to get their hands on FIFA 18 as soon as it is released.
EA Sports, on their part, have completed their bit to maintain the FIFA 18 fans on their toes with frequent leaks and reveals, as well as standard updates on new features. Gameplay dynamics and video graphics have annually undergone modifications with each new instalment of FIFA Coins, and this year is no distinctive. Stadium graphics have always been a single of FIFA’s strengths more than its rival production Pro Evolution Soccer (PES), and exclusive rights to legendary stadiums like Old Trafford and Santiago Bernabeu have created the game more popular amongst its fans.
This year also, EA Sports have gone about tinkering with FIFA’s stadium lineup but retained most of the fabled grounds of old like Anfield and San Siro. Even so, FIFA 18 will also miss out on a few grounds that have been exclusive to FIFA ever considering that reality mirroring stadiums became the vogue in the football gaming world. Here would be the list with the huge stadiums we will not see in FIFA 18:
Valencia’s iconic home ground will not be about in FIFA 18 as only two stadiums from Spain, Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu and Atletico Madrid’s new Wanda Metropolitano, will feature inside the game. Mestalla has been a FIFA ever-present ever due to the fact stadium graphics became a lot more and more actual around the mid-2000s, and its absence in FIFA 18(FUT 18 Coins) will be keenly felt. Its low, close structure is often a special attraction for FIFA players, though playing international matches with Spain at Mestalla is normally a mouth-watering prospect. All of that, nonetheless, will take a back seat this year as FIFA 18 will no longer possess the iconic 55,000-capacity in its roster of stadiums.