EA Sports releases new FIFA 15 demo

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The FIFA 15 demo for this year's instalment of the world's best football simulator has finally gone live!

EA Sports today (September 10th) released their sneak peak of the upcoming FIFA 15 on the final platforms, both PlayStation 3 and 4 consoles, giving players a chance to hone their skills and try out the number of new features before the full game drops at the end of the month.

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Teams on show

A host of teams will be available to fans including Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City, as well as Spanish giants Barcelona, featuring many of the players who made up the top 50 stars EA Sports revealed last week.

Unfortunately we will be limited to only three-minute half games as always in this demo, but it should hopefully quench our FIFA thirst for these last few agonising weeks.

New features?

Nevertheless EA Sports have treated us to a teaser of the new FIFA Ultimate Team, alongside the gameplay features new to the game.

Intelligent player decisions, improved goalkeepers and dynamic presentation on the field are just some of the new innovations brought in to make FIFA feel as real as ever.

Also, a revamped Team Management will bring new life to matchday selection by being one of EA Sports' biggest changes to FIFA this year, alongside many more new features we're eager to explore.

You can download the FIFA 15 Demo straight from your console for free and then score goals of all sorts to your hearts content!

The full game hits shelves on September 26th, get ready!

Are you looking forward to the release of FIFA 15?

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