Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Ronaldo And His Young Son Pose With The 'World's First Copy' Of FIFA 19 Game

Apparently, the star of the FIFA 19 cover, Cristiano Ronaldo, received the first copy of the game that will not be released for another week and a half (September 28).

The Juventus star tweeted a picture of him and his son, Cristiano Ronaldo Junior, posing with a copy of PlayStation 4 of the game. The one that arrived in a special edition with the tag line 'champions gets up', which is related to the new license of the Champions League Championship.

Ronaldo scored his first Serie A goals for the club over the weekend and probably has some cheeky Ultimate Team games or the new FIFA 19 Kick Off party modes with his son to celebrate.

While Ronaldo proudly appears on the cover with the complete Juventus kit, his move of £ 99 million to Italy must have caused some problems for EA Sports. Although changing the cover should have been simple enough, there was concern that the transfer could have ruined the Journey mode.

The history mode of FIFA 19 will see this year the final chapter of Alex Hunter while ensuring his dream move to Real Madrid with his eyes on the Champions League trophy. Many real-life Madrid stars like Luka Modric and Toni Kroos appear in the game.

Ronaldo is the star of the FIFA 19 presentation, but his move to Juventus could have caused EA problems

The last entries of the Journey include the voice acting of some of the best soccer players in the world. With Hunter in Madrid and the close ties of EA with Ronaldo, there's no way they do not plan to include him.

CR7 completed its move only a couple of months before the launch of FIFA 19, but EA emphasized that its transfer never caused any problems and that Journey mode was not hampered. EA has retired all the stops of the mode this year, which allows him to follow three different players at once, deciding who he wants to succeed.

While the game's release date is still far away, FIFA enthusiasts can have early access to the game on Thursday, September 20 if they subscribe to Origin Access Premier.

Those who pay the fee of £ 14.99 per month can enjoy 10 hours of full FIFA 19 game before full release. Otherwise, a free demo is also available on all consoles and PCs, which shows the new features of the game but is not close to the final product.

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