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FIFA 14 has no big differences compared to its predecessor - a few control changes, the playing speed is a bit slower, a few small differences in the playing modes and a few other improvements, e.g. the ball physics or animations, here and there. The unique selling points are still the broad license package and a big selection of playing modes. Besides the usual leagues and matches, the two most unique modes are Ultimate Team (basically a trading card variant in which players have to assemble a team with a good chemistry) and career mode (includes various features of soccer managers, e.g. scouting).

Exclusive to this version are tournaments, FIFA Interactive World Cup, Be a Pro (taking control over a single athlete), Head to Head and the Creation Centre mode. Otherwise the main difference to the PS4/Xbox One version is the absence of the new Ignite engine.


FIFA 14 Windows Playing with the mouse controls (demo version)
FIFA 14 Windows Main menu (demo version)
FIFA 14 Windows A goal! (demo version)
FIFA 14 Windows Instant replay after an offside situation (demo version)

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GameStar (Germany) Windows Sep 26, 2013 91 out of 100 91
PC Games (Germany) Windows Nov, 2013 90 out of 100 90 PlayStation 3 Sep 27, 2013 85 out of 100 85 Xbox 360 Sep 27, 2013 85 out of 100 85 Windows Sep 27, 2013 85 out of 100 85
The Video Game Critic Xbox 360 Jul 10, 2014 B- 67


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