The EA Sports games’ producer has announced new features that can be found in FIFA 13, due to be launched this year. Some of the key innovations that will come in the game are in Career Mode, which will include international options. Whether as a coach or player, you will be able to play with your favourite national team friendlies, qualifiers and major tournaments, and be called for an international career.
In addition, the game aims to bring a more realistic experience on the management of transfers, which will monitor issues such as reputation and actual values of players. Other features available on the market – such as age, morality, rivalries between clubs, and how long the player has with a particular contract – also will be analysed in this new system.
As in real life, you must prove your skills as an administrator or player and so stand out to get a place in a great team – winning “deservedly” contracts with new clubs. Early in the career, the “easy” mode has now be removed, where the avatar can easily hold up in big clubs. The player can stay in the reserves or be loaned to small clubs to gain experience.