FIFA 14 now available for Android (North American version)



FIFA 14 has arrived at the Google Play Store, making many soccer (known as football everywhere outside the US) fans happy. Today is your day if you have been waiting to play the new FIFA game!

Like many of you, I was bummed to see the Swiss version show up this morning. It was incompatible with all my devices! I just want to play soccer, and now that the North American version has hit the Play Store we can do just that.

The game features everything you can expect from a FIFA game. These are all real players, teams and leagues. There is nothing like seeing your team winning the world cup, right? You can accomplish that with this game (once you get good).

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To make things better, the game is also tablet-optimized. You will be able to take advantage of that bigger screen to plan your games. The graphics are good (as we can expect from EA) and the controls are said to be intuitive. But of course, there is always a bit of a learning curve if you are used to console gaming.

Ready to play?! You can now download FIFA 14 straight from the Google Play Store. It is compatible with American devices and the only requirement is having Android 2.3.3 and up. Oh, and it takes a whopping 1.3 GB of storage! You better start clearing up some of that space.

The app is free. Well, “freemium”. This means you can download it and play it for free, but extra features will cost you some money. See you in the field!

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  1. I’d like to try this app, especially if it’s free. Wow, as good as soccer has come along in the US, the FIFA app still has to be free. I bet this app won’t be free in Europe.

    1. Madden is free as well. It’s just the “freemium” model that EA is going to on mobile.

    2. It actually is free in europe

  2. Even though soccer/football(in the rest of the world) wasn’t a game I played often growing up, FIFA has always made me appreciate the game that much more. This is being downloaded right now.

  3. “freemium” kills the joy every time. Offer the full price option at least. I’d pay $14 for a full gaming experience for this series. F’n EA… just hand your FIFA licenses over to Konami so we can get a better gaming experience on PES.

    1. I don’t plan on playing this game too much. I’m glad it’s a freemium. LoL!!

      One thing I wish freemiums would do is give you an option to buy an everlasting item that makes it easier to get in game currency. Like in Jetpack Joyride. You can buy this item for $2 (I think it’s $5 now) that doubles coins you get while in game. Of course that makes it WAY easier to buy things and you don’t have to pay for more coins.

      1. It’s a good model for folks who want a taste of the game but for those that want to really have a deep playing experience they should offer a full price along with the “free” version.

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