FIFA 19
Developer
EA Sports
Publisher
EA Sports
Genre
Sport
Platforms
Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PS4
Age Rating
Three
Release Dates
Xbox One - 28th September 2018
Nintendo Switch - 28th September 2018

FIFA 19

Conquer Europe in the newly licensed Champions League in FIFA 19, the world’s most successful and popular football simulator.
Find the best deals on FIFA 19 for PS4, Xbox One & Nintendo Switch. We compare 10 prices (starting from £17.99) across every edition offered by our partner retailers
Developer
EA Sports
Publisher
EA Sports
Genre
Sport
Platforms
Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PS4
Age Rating
Three
Release Dates
Xbox One - 28th September 2018
Nintendo Switch - 28th September 2018
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FIFA 19 Champions Edition

£62.99

£50.39

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    • Price increased from £58.99 to £62.99 on 15th Nov at 14:41
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    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    FIFA 19 Champions Edition

    £52.85

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    • Deal first found on 28th Aug at 17:46
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    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    FIFA 19 Champions Edition

    £52.98

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    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    FIFA 19

    £17.99

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    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    FIFA 19

    £23.99

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    • Price decreased from £29.85 to £21.99 on 30th Jun at 16:47
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    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    FIFA 19

    £24.97

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    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    FIFA 19

    £29.99

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    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    FIFA 19

    £29.99

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    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    FIFA 19 Champions Edition

    £44.99

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    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    FIFA 19

    £47.99

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    The upcoming release of FIFA 20 might be fast approaching, but the updated squads, kits and souped-up licensing agreement featured in FIFA 19 ensures that there’s still plenty of reasons to enjoy kick-off in last year’s release. FIFA 19 was where the Champions League, long requested by veteran players, finally appeared in the series, along with the Europa League and European Super Cup, adding an extra level of realism to the game’s career and story modes.

    As well as a huge roster of leagues and teams, incredibly detailed graphics and player recreations and a vast number of game modes, FIFA 19 plays host to several new gameplay enhancements designed to make the best-selling football series the best it’s ever been. The Active Touch System is designed to deliver the most realistic player and ball control ever in a game. Timed finishing gives the player better control over the precise moment when they release a shot, a vital advantage when a split second can make the difference between success and failure. 50/50 battles have also been overhauled, with an algorithm calculating several factors and working out which player would most likely emerge victorious from a one-on-one duel.

    Another returning feature, alongside the enormously popular online collectable mode FIFA Ultimate Team is the story/campaign mode, this time called The Journey: Champions, which is now in its third season. Play as Alex Hunter and pick up where you left off as you seek to become the world’s greatest player.

    Standard edition

    Up to 5 jumbo premium gold packs

    Cristiano Ronaldo loan item

    Special edition FUT kits

    Champions edition

    3 days early access

    Up to 20 jumbo premium gold packs

    UEFA Champions League gold player pick

    Cristiano Ronaldo & Neymar Jr. loan items

    Special edition FUT kits

    Ultimate edition

    3 days early access

    Up to 40 jumbo premium gold packs

    UEFA Champions League gold player pack

    Cristiano Ronaldo & Neymar Jr. loan items

    Special edition FUT kits

    What’s new in FIFA 19?

    FIFA 19 was released in September 2018 to acclaimed reviews, with many enjoying the various new enhancements made to EA’s best-selling football franchise. Alex Hunter’s rise to glory continues in the next step of FIFA’s story mode, for example, with The Journey: Champions charting his successes after being signed to Real Madrid. Will he replace cover star Christiano Ronaldo as star player of the world? It won’t be easy, but play hard enough and it’s possible.

    Also new in FIFA 19 was what’s known as the “Active Touch System”, which aims to give players greater control over the ball by providing a level of absolute precision never before seen. This allows players to achieve a better degree of fluidity and personality, performing flicks and touches that are more representative of what it would be in context of the football player’s position on the pitch.

    Pro Evolution Soccer’s loss is FIFA 19’s gain, as The UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and UEFA Super Cup tournaments all make their way into EA’s game for the very first time after the licensing agreement with Konami’s rival football series is no longer active.

    If you want to buy a new Playstation 4 with Fifa 19 included, we’ve picked the very best offers available today from leading online retailers, including GAME, Argos, AO.com and Currys PC World.