The FIFA 13 demo reached 2,000,000 downloads within the first 3 days after its release.
As per International Business Times, manufacturer EA Sports themselves shared the news with its community. The FIFA 13 demo came out on September 11, 2012, for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.
Obviously, its release became a trending topic in the world of video games, with millions of gamers rushing to try out the new features included in this year’s edition of the FIFA series.
Since FIFA 12, which turned out to be the world’s best-selling sports video game in history, the guys at EA Canada have been working hard to enhance the gameplay so as to add more reality and broaden the gamers’ experience.
Actually, a list of FIFA 13 features can be seen below.
- Attacking Intelligence
- Complete Dribbling
- FIFA 13 First Touch Control
- Player Impact Engine
- Tactical Free Kicks
- Career Mode
- Skills Games
- Match Day
Whilst Electronic Arts have much more to boast of through their EA SPORTS Football Club and EA SPORTS Football Club App for iPhone, they have also ensured that their audience keeps expanding with over 15,000 in-game players and 500 officially licensed clubs.
Certainly, the FIFA 13 demo isn’t power-packed with all these amazing enhancements, but it still comes out with enough elements to have a clear idea of the full-version game.
FIFA 13 pre-orders are also said to have exceeded 800,000 — which confirms that early demands for the upcoming title have overshadowed those of last year for FIFA 12 by over 60%.
Arsenal, Borussia Dortmund, Juventus, Manchester City and AC Milan are the 5 teams included in the FIFA 13 demo, whereas the only stadium available is Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium.
Does the trailer above make you impatient to get your hands on the full-version game? Let’s look at the FIFA 13 release dates info once again.
EA Sports Season Ticket Program subscribers will however be able to download FIFA 13 from September 21 in North America (USA and Canada) and September 22 in Europe (UK).