FIFA 10

FIFA 10

FIFA 10 (FIFA Soccer 10 in North America) is the seventeenth title in EA Sports’ FIFA arrangement of football computer games.

Created by EA Canada, it was distributed by Electronic Arts worldwide under the EA Sports mark. It was delivered on 2 October 2009 in Europe, 1 October in Australasia and 20 October 2009 in North America. It is accessible for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2 and Wii. Handheld variants of the game were likewise delivered for the iOS, Nintendo DS, PlayStation Portable, and cell phones.

The demo of FIFA 10 showed up on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Windows on 10 September in Europe, on 11 September in Australia, and on 17 September in North America. The playable groups were Chelsea, Barcelona, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Marseille and Chicago Fire. The stadia utilized in the demo were Wembley Stadium (Xbox 360 variant), and FIWC Stadium (PlayStation 3 rendition). The demo offered well disposed matches with half lengths of three continuous minutes. Just as playing a cordial match, the demo permits clients to transfer made in-game recordings and screen captures to EA Football World. The slogan for the game is “The way large would soccer be able to get?”, and “We should FIFA 10”. Discourse is accessible in 12 dialects, with every language bragging around 25,000 expressions. The English form highlights British observers Martin Tyler and Andy Gray, while Clive Tyldesley and Andy Gray were as yet become as pundit in PC, PS2, Wii and PSP.

FIFA 10 is the second form of the game to support a football club. Alongside football magazine FourFourTwo, FIFA 10 is the co-backer of English League One club Swindon Town. The FIFA 10 logo shows up in the front of the group’s away shirt and on the rear of the home shirt. It is the principal FIFA game to do as such since FIFA 07, which supported Accrington Stanley for the 2007–08 season. It was additionally the last FIFA game to be delivered in October until FIFA 21 out of 2020.

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