Michy Batshuayi has once again laid into EA Sports over his FIFA ratings.
The Chelsea ace, who was upset with his FIFA 17 rating last year, kicked off on Twitter over his FIFA 18 scores.
Despite scoring a respectable 80, the Belgian feels as though he’s been hard done by.
Just as he hoped, EA Sports replied – although the answer probably wasn’t what the 23-year-old was hoping for.
Savage, but thankfully Batshuayi did manage to see the funny side (we think).
FIFA 18 is out in a couple of weeks on September 29 – so, you may be looking for the right deals.
If possible, try to stay away from pre-orders.
As supply will outweigh demand, loads of top retailers will be vying for your business, meaning a lot of the best FIFA 18 deals can be had closer to launch on September 29.
Here we’ve pulled together the best ones – and we’ll keep updating should we spot any more.
Right now, you can expect to fork out £49.99 for the game in most stores. Game has the edge, though, giving you a free month-long pass for Now TV.
The cheapest place for the Nintendo Switch version of the game is Argos, coming in at £47.99.
Remember, if you’re not too sure whether to pick up the game, be sure to try out the FIFA 18 demo.
Sadly, there will be NO Switch demo – so Nintendo fans will have to wait a little longer.
Given its focus on online play, EA may be holding off the trial until the servers are up to speed.
So, what’s in the demo?
You’ll be able to play as a number of teams in the FIFA 18 demo including Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, PSG and Juventus.
There are 12 teams in the demo:
- Manchester United
- Manchester City
- Real Madrid CF
- Atlético de Madrid
- Juventus F.C.
- FC Bayern Munich
- Paris Saint-Germain F.C.
- LA Galaxy
- Toronto FC
- Boca Juniors
- C.D. Guadalajara
- Vissel Kobe
There are four stadiums, too:
- Santiago Bernabéu
- La Bombonera
- StubHub Center
- King Fahd Stadium
You’ll also likely be able to play through the first part of The Journey: Hunter Returns – although we wouldn’t doing that unless you’ve played the first one.
No sweat, here’s what happens at the end of The Journey – if you won’t have time to play through it.
So, have you played it?
Yes, and we’re very impressed.
Why not take a look at our FIFA 18 early review.
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