The football game genre has taken a big turn on console and PC, with FIFA and EA Sports no longer in partnership. EA Sports continues the franchise with EA Sports FC 24 having no less than 19,000 players, 700 clubs, and 30 leagues.
The game again promises to bring authenticity to the game via Hypermotion V, the third iteration of EA’s technology. Players feel and look as close as ever using PlayStyles and the Frostbite Engine. Also, for the first time, the Nintendo Switch is given a version that includes everything the PC, PlayStation, and Xbox titles offer.
The game is now out. To those who have not got their hands on EA Sports FC 24 yet, feel free to purchase it on site like Amazon. Let’s take a look at some reviews from other publications.
All in all, the changes are mostly superficial, with some neat gameplay additions and another belter of a setlist. It remains the stupendously fun, ridiculous celebration of football it always has been. Long may that continue.Fourfourtwo
Nintendo Life (Nintendo Switch version)
Now that the Switch version has finally caught up in terms of features, the groundwork has been laid for the Switch’s successor to bring the performance up to speed too. For now, we can finally say what we’ve wanted to say for more than half a decade: this is the best football game ever released on a Nintendo system.Nintendo Life
Maybe it’s the recent run of disappointing PC FIFAs talking, but despite the inevitable tech issues, FC 24 feels like progress. It feels like a developer who’s willing to take a few risks again—it’s shaken up the defending, knowing it’d furrow the community’s collective brow.pc gamer
The ghost of FIFA Street lives on in Volta Mode. The Career Mode is here if you wish to mend a club’s fortunes and ferry it to glory. And if your poison is Ultimate Team, then you will find it present and correct, with some good tweaks. There are improvements, and there are problems – business as usual. The era of EA Sports’ FIFA may be over, but the game goes on.Eurogamer
Press Start Australia
EA Sports FC 24 doesn’t go out of its way to change too much, but it doesn’t need to – the additions to Ultimate Team, refined gameplay and nicer presentation packages make it a great football sim.Press start australia
So, EA is back at it, pushing the boundaries and keeping things real with their latest Hypermotion V tech. Nintendo Switch users, you are in for a treat! For the first time, you are getting the full shebang – everything the PC, PlayStation, and Xbox versions have to offer. It is about time! Whether you are a diehard gamer or just in it for the love of football, this game’s going to hook you in.