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FIFA 14 trailer steals show at Gamescom

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EA Sports made a number of big announcements at their Gamescom press conference - but it was a new FIFA 14 trailer which stole the show.

Fans were made to wait until the later stages of the Electronic Arts showcase, but it was certainly worth it with an epic trailer which has only heightened the anticipation for the new game.

Indeed, it felt more like a sneak peak at a mega-movie blockbuster than a computer game, but such is the demand for this new game that it was anything but over the top.

The crowd were certainly impressed with what they had seen in Cologne, before executive producer David Rutter announced some exciting new features to the game - which GiveMeSport will be testing tomorrow.

General public demo opportunities become available on September 10th and 11th, before the launch on September 24th in north America and September 27th in Europe.

Turning attention back to the demo itself, and Neymar Jr plays a prominent part in the footage, as do Spurs as a whole. There's also a fine volley from Robin Van Persie, and a decent save from Joe Hart on offer.

But, it's not the individual touches that make this trailer brilliant - more the general look and feel of the game.

Check it out at the top of this article, and let us know what you think! And remember, keep up-to-date with all the FIFA 14 announcements at Gamescom by visiting: www.givemesport.com/fiwc

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