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EA Sports release trailer for the 2014 World Cup game

2014 World Cup game | EA Sports have been extremely successful with their FIFA series, making it one of the most sold games across the World. The Canadian based company has gone into a lot of detail with regards to the gameplay and a wide-spread scouting network to get an almost accurate assessment of players.

With the 2014 FIFA World Cup round the corner, EA Sports will once again capitalise on the tournament and release the official 2014 World Cup game, as it does before the big event every four years. The game won’t contain any domestic football, as expected, with the FIFA14 and upcoming FIFA15 games serving that purpose. This game will be completely dedicated to international football, with game modes starting right from qualifying, allowing players to take control of their country right from the start of their road to the big tournament.

Earlier, EA Sports released the first official gameplay trailer of the 2014 World Cup game through their YouTube channel, giving fans an idea of the game. The graphics do look detailed, but there seems to be a lack of realism which is not the case with the FIFA series. The song for this official trailer is “The World is Ours”, by David Correy, which is also the official Coca-Cola anthem for Brazil 2014.

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