FIFA 18: Improvements Create New Problems

FIFA 18: Improvements Create New Problems

G. Smith, Staff Writer

Released in September, FIFA 18 boasts an improved career mode, new storylines to Alex Hunter, offline and online striving, and better overalls. But as an avid FIFA gamer, I am not sure if I like it or not.

On September 29 all soccer loving fans got their hands on the game they’d been waiting for. The highest valued player overall was Cristiano Ronaldo who is on the cover of the game. He came out at 94 while Lionel Messi fell right behind him as a 93 rated player. The game has three editions to it, and they’re the Ronaldo edition, the Icon Edition, and the regular one.

Fifa 18 has its good and bad points. New graphics, storylines, better overalls and the fact that you can score more goals in the game make the new version a better gaming experience.  However, with increased scoring comes a worse defense and horrible goalkeeping. The new FIFA game is supposed to be better than the last years game, but I am not convinced that it is a whole lot better when you made some big problems.

The new FIFA game is supposed to be better than the last year’s game, but I am not convinced, considering some of the new big problems created. I would recommend getting the regular one because it would be a waste of money to buy the most expensive editions.

I would give the game a rating of a 3.4 out of 5.