Fifa 11 follows NBA 2K11’s footsteps with a recent release on the PS3 and Xbox 360. It gives you a taste of what you’ll find in the full game with multiple difficulty settings, 3 minute halves and the following clubs: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea, Bayer Leverkusen, Olympique Lyonnais and Juventus. The demo also features some unlockables to bide your time with like the ability to play as well as play in Emirates Stadium. There are also some treats available that tie in to EA’s Fifa Superstars if Facebook games are your thing.
FIFA 10 was one of my favorite sports games of the past year but it had a few nagging issues: some of which were reportedly alleviated in FIFA World Cup South Africa. This trailer outlines some of FIFA Soccer 11’s new features. It doesn’t look radically different from last years game on first glance. But that’s not necessarily a knock, at least not yet, since they’re building on a well established engine and have some interesting additions up their sleeve.
If you want to cop FIFA 11 after playing the demo you thankfully won’t have to wait too long. FIFA 11 will be released stateside on September 28 on PS3 and Xbox 360 and in Europe on October 1. Wii-only owners will have to wait until October 3 in North America and Europe to get their FIFA fix.