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FIFA 19: EA Sports has just revealed the updated FIFA 19 cover… but there’s a twist

Cristiano Ronaldo's back but he shares the cover with Neymar for some editions of the game

EA Sports was thrown a last-minute curve-ball when Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid for Juventus – rendering FIFA 19’s original cover obsolete.

Thankfully, after a race against time, EA has unveiled the new cover – and it features the former Los Blancos ace on it, this time sporting his new Juve strip.

Here it is in all its glory. Not bad, eh?

The new cover

The new cover

However, for the Champions and Ultimate editions, the Portuguese will have to share the cover with PSG star Neymar.

Two’s a crowd?

Two’s a crowd?

Despite the updated cover being announced there are still parts of EA’s website that display the old versions.

It’s likely these will be updated imminently to reflect the latest update.

The incorrect kit can still be seen in some parts of EA’s website

The incorrect kit can still be seen in some parts of EA’s website


FIFA 19 is a little over a month away from release.

The FIFA 19 demo will likely drop in September, two weeks or so before launch.

What will be in the demo?

If E3 code is anything to go by, there will be nine playable teams in the demo.

These are as follows:

  • Bayern Munich
  • Juventus
  • PSG
  • Man City
  • Man United
  • Borussia Dortmund
  • Real Madrid
  • Atletico Madrid
  • Tottenham Hotspur

Who’s the best player on the demo?

Ratings have not been revealed but Cristiano Ronaldo will likely be the highest rated star on the demo.

Will The Journey be in the demo?

This has not been confirmed.

Will FIFA 19 have the Champions League?

Yes. FIFA 19 will feature the Champions and Europa Leagues.

Will it feature the Chinese Super League?

Yes! The Chinese Super League looks set to be featured in FIFA 19.

It follows a tweet appearing to show the CSL in the game during an official presentation from Playstation.

Read all about the CSL in FIFA 19 here.