FIFA 18 has been released to the Xbox One version of the game.
The Xbox One exclusive version of FIFA 18 will be available to purchase for £39.99, but you can buy it for just £17.99 with in-game currency.
The game comes with a brand new game mode called Co-op Football, which allows players to play as a friend in a variety of scenarios.
The Co-Op mode is played with other players via Xbox Live, and is designed to make multiplayer matches much more challenging, with the ability to adjust the difficulty and amount of time between rounds to suit the players’ individual skills and strengths.
It also allows players who have joined the game on PS4 to join it on Xbox One as well, which is good news for anyone who has bought FIFA 18 on PSN and wants to transfer their stats and stats points from PS4 into Xbox One.
The Xbox One launch version of Co-Pilot Football will come with an update called FIFA 18 Update 1.10, which introduces a new match type called the “Ultimate League” mode.
This mode can only be played with friends, and the only time it’s available in multiplayer is when you join a match in Co-Coop Football with another player.
The Ultimate League mode is also available to download for free from the Xbox Games Store.
FIFA 18 Ultimate League has been renamed to the “All-Star All-Star” league.
In order to play the “ALL-STAR ALL-STAR” mode on Xbox, you’ll need to have a FIFA 18 subscription and be at least 21 years old.
The new “All Star All-Stars” mode will only be available on Xbox and not PlayStation, so you’ll only be able to play with friends if you have a PlayStation Plus membership.
As for FIFA 18’s other online features, the Xbox and PS4 versions of the FIFA 18 beta will have new in-house chat and leaderboards.
There will also be new game modes and a host of other changes, including the introduction of the “Tournament Mode”, which will allow for players to earn money through in-match matches, as well as an “Invite Only” mode for those players who want to get more exposure in-store.
Players who already own the Xbox version of Fifa 18 will also see the full game’s update on March 5, with EA and EA Sports announcing that the new version will be released on March 10.
The biggest change for Xbox One owners will be the inclusion of the latest in-app purchase feature called “Ticketmaster” on the Xbox app, which will give players the ability for the game to track their progress across all the games they’ve played, and earn points based on how well they’ve done.
The system works by giving a player points based around how well the game does, and can be activated by simply hitting “TICKETMASTER” on your Xbox dashboard.
In addition to the new features, FIFA 18 comes with an overhaul of the in-world FIFA experience.
There’s a new game design called “Co-Op Play”, which allows you to play against others in Co/CoP Football, where you can earn a score for each other player based on their combined rating.
This is the first major overhaul to the in game game FIFA experience since its launch in 2014, with FIFA 18 having been in development since 2012.
This new game system will also make it easier to play in CoCo Football, as EA Sports has said that players will be able “to select and set their own custom play-styles and scorestreaks, with more than 50 new features and tweaks”.
FIFA 18 is also expected to support more than 200 different players on Xbox Live at launch, which could make it a great way to compete with other fans of the sport.