EA Sports Has Announced 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

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The 2014 FIFA World Cup is still 5 months away from going live, but that doesn’t mean you can’t join in on the fun early at home. EA Sports has announced today that they will be releasing 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, to launch for the PS3 and Xbox 360 on April 15th.

The company is boasting improvements over their recent addition in FIFA 14. 100 new game animations include new set piece tactics, penalty kick animations, over-the-back headers from defenders and real-to-life physics to replicate the motion of an Adidas soccer ball.

We can also expect new modes to come to 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. You can play as any of the 32 qualified teams and chase the glory of the World Cup, play online as any of the world’s 203 National teams (Go Canada!) and do the same, become the captain for your country or play in over 60 real scenarios throughout the qualifying process and change the course of history.

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2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil will also feature pre-order bonus at certain retailers. Depending on who you go with, as a free bonus you can receive the option of an All-Star team (composing the likes of Lionel Messi etc.), an ultimate classics squad, bonus in-game celebrations or 5 classic footballs from tournaments past. If I were deadset on picking this up, I would definitely look for those containing the bonus squads.

2014 FIFA World Cup will be coming out on April 15 for the Xbox 360 and the PS3. Here is a teaser trailer featuring some welcome voices.

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