Here's everything that's missing from the Nintendo Switch version of Federation Internationale de Football Association 18

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In fact, I've been talking to people that didn't know about the new features, but when they play the game, they recognize them right away, since we picked those strategically so people get to enjoy more of the game.

Another area in which EA has looked to improve realism this year is by introducing Real Player Motion Technology in an attempt to get high-profile players to run and move like they would in real life. Millions of real gamers around the world were waiting for this game to launch and see, it is finally here for you. Pausing is now more streamlined, while returning to games when unpausing provides a little countdown timer so you can prepare yourself for when the action resumes. The first Squad Battle of the season featured a specially chosen team by Antoine Griezmann, with the gamer taking on his 99-rated version alongside Thierry Henry. Of course, there are many new updates and interesting tweaks in this year's game. Try and not go overboard when Mike Dean's knocking about, though. The most obvious is The Journey, the story mode that allows you to follow the career of Alex Hunter, which simply isn't in the Switch version.

As far as experiments go, The Journey was a very successful one as shown by the fact that EA have chose to serve up a second instalment to the series with Alex Hunter returning alongside some familiar faces such as his sleazy agent, his doting mother as well as a couple of new characters. And, of course, this is for fans who want a "real" Federation Internationale de Football Association on the go.

A lot of the same characters from last year, such as Catherine Hunter, Jim Hunter, Harold Walker, Gareth Walker, Danny Williams and more, all introduced, but this year sees involvement from household names Cristiano Ronaldo, Rio Ferdinand, Thierry Henry, Gyasi Zardes, Dele Alli, Antoine Griezmann, Thomas Muller and NBA basketballer James Harden to name a few.

Now, it definitely looks worse on Nintendo Switch than PS4. "I hope we get there, that would be my personal ambition". Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 on Switch also allows you to use single Joy-Con which is a game changer. "You'll be able to play on a plane, on a bus, even from just a hotspot".

A few things have been changed in the major modes too.

EA is aware of Cristiano Ronaldo FUT Loan Player pack or your Ronaldo Nazário FUT Icon Loan Player packs disappearing and they are working on a fix.

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