You may think there’s only so much you can tweak a game where the rules of the sport it’s based on have barely shifted in over 100 years. That’s true to a degree, but EA usually have an innovative trick up their sleeves beyond just a squad numbers and kits update.The first bit of news we have about FIFA 18 is that it will see the return of the brilliant story mode: The Journey. “FIFA 18 will build on the foundation we created with story mode this year, bringing players back to The Journey with Season 2, featuring new characters and new storylines,” said EA CEO Andrew Wilson.
“Our development team in Vancouver is delivering deeply innovative new experiences across this year's game, including an Ultimate Team, and creating the most emotionally immersive and connected FIFA we have ever produced.”
That FIFA 18 will appear on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC is a no-brainer. The good news is that after a period away from Nintendo, FIFA 18 will make the series debut on the Switch. The last time FIFA appeared on a Nintendo console was FIFA 13 as a Wii U launch title.