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EA Releases 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Trailer

EA Sports has announced more details regarding the upcoming launch of its 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil video game, which will be made available for the PS3 and XBOX360.

The 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil video game, which will be released on April 15 in North America and on April 17 in Europe, features 203 national teams, 7,469 players, 19 officially licensed managers, and 21 new stadiums including all 12 authentic stadiums from Brazil.

In the game, fans can get tournament updates from EA SPORTS Talk Radio, featuring Ian Darke and Andy Goldstein, or Roger Bennett and Michael Davies (Men in Blazers), with over 50 hours of recorded content to stay up to date on all the action.

In the trailer for EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil featured below, the English-language commentary is by Clive Tyldesley.

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  1. erik

    June 3, 2014 at 10:02 pm

    is there czech langunge

  2. David

    February 6, 2014 at 1:58 pm

    What’s really odd is EA won’t be releasing the game for the next generation consoles.

    • Frill Artist

      February 7, 2014 at 1:20 pm

      Considering how sh!t FIFA 14 was on next gen, people should be glad.

  3. Frill Artist

    February 6, 2014 at 1:24 pm

    So instead of putting the World Cup in the FIFA games, they choose to release them separately at the same $60 price tag. Greedy cvnts.

    • Josh

      February 6, 2014 at 3:53 pm

      When Euro 2012 was released as DLC for $20, it was rushed, unfinished, and even unplayable at times, and seemed more like a quick cash-in than a game where you actually feel like you’re playing in the tournament itself (It’s also the first “game” based on a major tournament where you were not able to play the qualification phase. Even FIFA ’98 had qualification for France ’98 even if World Cup 98 ended up being a separate game!)

      2010 FIFA World Cup on the other hand is one of the best FIFA games ever made, even still today, and long after the online servers were (sadly) shut off. The gameplay and presentation blew me out of the water and were definitely worth the $60.

      • David

        February 6, 2014 at 5:00 pm

        I agree. I loved playing 2010 FIFA World Cup. I actually enjoyed reading all the facts about countries before you played a match. I’m glad 2014 is a standalone release since there is more effort put into the game. I’m pretty bummed it’s not coming out for the PS4 though.

      • Frill Artist

        February 7, 2014 at 1:19 pm

        It being DLC has zero relevance to the quality of the gameplay itself.

        You do know that the 2010 World Cup was also released as DLC for existing FIFA 10 owners, right?

        What is relevant is that EA could easily incorporate a World Cup mode into the existing FIFA game but for obvious financial greed reasons, they choose to release it as a full $60 product.

        DLC =/= Poor quality.

  4. Huw Roma

    February 6, 2014 at 11:34 am

    Why don’t they make a game where you can play classic tournaments? A game like that is long overdue.

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