2014 Fifa World Cup Brazil Download Game !!EXCLUSIVE!!
The greatest football event of the year is back, and it comes paired with the ultimate game for football fans all around the globe. 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is a very special edition of EA's long-running football franchise, filled to the brim with the excitement and colors that define 2014's World Cup.
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Despite it being released exclusively for the seventh generation of consoles, 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil still manages to be a visually-pleasing game that features some of the mechanical upgrades seen in next-gen consoles. The only real issue is that most of the new features are only skin-deep.
Unlike FIFA 14, you won't find any clubs in 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. However, the developers must have noticed that a sports game where players could only play a single tournament would have been a bit short-lived, which is why the game also features the "Road to Rio de Janeiro" mode.
In an intriguing move by EA, 2014 FIFA World Cup wasn't released for next-gen consoles. While some players might think that this translates into the game not looking up to par with some recent releases, I can't say that I wasn't impressed by the visuals of this game.
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is a bit of a mixed bag for long-running fans of the FIFA franchise. If what you want is a game that perfectly captures the excitement and magic of the world cup, you won't be disappointed with this one.
Comparable to FIFA 14, your Football Club level and participation in FIFA 14 will transfer over to the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and there will be unique articles for you to purchase, as well. Every world Cup ball is ready in the Football Club.
Well, if you are looking to test your FIFA 14 skills around the world via the internet, you will find that to be impossible in 2021. As of October 2017, EA shut down the servers for FIFA 14. Also, the Ultimate Team update that finally came to the game is no longer accessible.
In conjunction with the FIFA 14 Ultimate Team: World Cup update, a FIFA World Cup Kick Off mode will be available as part of the May 29 automatic download^ for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. All 32 National Teams competing in 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, the Estadio do Maracana, and the official match ball will be available for fans playing on Xbox One or PS4.
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EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil was developed at EA Canada in Vancouver and is available for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles. The game is rated E for Everyone by the ESRB and PEGI 3 by PEGI; visit www.esrb.org and www.pegi.info for more information.
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is the official video game for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, published by EA Sports for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It was released on 15 April 2014 in North America, and 17 April 2014 in Europe, as was the case with the 2010 edition.
The game's campaign mode, Road to Rio de Janeiro, allows players to play through qualification and the actual FIFA World Cup. For only the third time in the history of World Cup video games, the entire qualification series will be playable. The 2010 version only presented the UEFA and CONMEBOL groups in their true to life form. Another mode, Road to Rio de Janeiro, will allow players to compete in an online tournament across the 12 venues of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. It is similar in format to Seasons in FIFA 14 and Expedition mode from UEFA Euro 2012.
The game contains all of the 204 national teams that took part in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification process. The national teams of Bhutan, Brunei, Guam, Mauritania, Mauritius and South Sudan, all of which did not participate in World Cup qualifying, despite being FIFA members, do not feature in the game. Most teams have licensed kits as well as kits worn during the World Cup for all 32 teams that qualified in real life plus other selected teams that did not, while other teams have generic unlicensed kits which resemble their official kits. As with the 2010 game however, all teams contain fully licensed players and stats.
The official song of the World Cup, "We Are One (Ole Ola)" by Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez and Claudia Leitte, was included in the game's opening cutscene, as well as "The World Is Ours" by The X Factor USA contestant David Correy, which was soft drink company and World Cup sponsors Coca-Cola's theme song for the 2014 tournament.
The game was criticised for being available on only a few platforms. Despite releasing the game during the eighth generation of video game consoles, Electronic Arts decided against developing versions of the game for the PlayStation 4, the Xbox One or PC, as there were several major regions in the world where such systems were not adopted widely enough, especially the host country, Brazil.
I have already established that 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is a step back from the PS4/One version of FIFA 14, but there are new features for the on-field gameplay that make it different than FIFA 14 on PS3/Xbox 360, along with the addition of new animations for saving, kicking and passing. A big feature that EA are touting is the inclusion of over-the-back headers, meaning that a defender can stand behind a player and be able to stand or jump taller than the attacker and clear the ball. This is great for corners or free kicks, as it stops defenders who seemed to be hit by the dumb-stick in the older games when the ball came across and an attacker completely steals it from the front of them.
Widely considered one of the best players in the world and France's top playmaker, Ribery won't be playing in Brazil due to a nagging back injury that has forced him to sit out this year's World Cup. The game is better when he is on the field so this is a big blow to France.
"There are no real rules, you can watch as much of the game as you want," said Linda Kozlowski, Evernote's vice president of worldwide operations. She expects many employees to bring laptops along and work while cheering their favorite team.
Electronic Arts Inc, which makes the 2014 World Cup Brazil videogame, is hosting "viewing parties" at its offices, including in a big-screen theater at its Redwood City headquarters. Its Vancouver, Canada office has daily contests for employees to win official World Cup soccer balls.
The arrival of international stars like David Beckham to play in North America's growing soccer league has increased Americans' interest in the world's most popular game. But Silicon Valley, the birthplace of the iPhone, may be ahead of the trend.