FIFA 18 fans have been treated to the first proper look at ‘FIFA Street’ section of Alex Hunter’s The Journey.
Gameplay found its way on to YouTube, via DTT, and shows Hunter kicking a ball around on a concrete pitch in a South American favela.
The young star meets a pair of kids who challenge him and his friend to a game.
Similar to the acclaimed FIFA Street games, you play a 3v3 match with the aim of scoring goals in the most sylish way possible.
Luckily, the footage shows Hunter pulling off an array of tricks – including no-look passes and backheels.
The mode will go some way to please some FIFA Street fans, who have been calling for a remake for the last few years.
The last FIFA Street was released in March 2012 – to decent reviews. However, FIFA 18 lead gameplay designer Sam Rivera was quick to shut down hopes a full version would appear this year.
Speaking about FIFA 18, the FIFA web app is set to launch in the next day or so.
The app will serve to kick things off for the new game – allowing users to collect daily gifts and build squads early.
We go through everything you need to know about the FIFA 18 Web App.
When is the Web App released?
FIFA fan website Ultimate Team states that although there is no concrete release date, it’s possible to make accurate predictions based on EA’s release schedule in previous years.
They predict the FIFA 18 Web App will launch this week on September 21.
How much does the app cost?
The Web App is completely free so make sure to get in on the action.
What is the Webstart and will it return?
The Webstart will be coming back this year. It allows you to trade and make coins, collect daily gifts and open returning user FUT packs.
Play it right and it’ll give you a real edge come FIFA 18.
Sounds great – should I just open loads of packs when it launches?
Nope! Ultimate Team recommends Webstart users to avoid splurging FUT coins on packs during this period.
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