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European Xbox One Pre-Orders Include FIFA 14 For Free

Jonathan Lester
EA Gamescom Press Conference 2013, FIFA 14, Gamescom 2013, Microsoft, Microsoft Gamescom Showcase 2013, Pre-order, Xbox One

European Xbox One Pre-Orders Include FIFA 14 For Free

Ultimate Team Legends Exclusive To The Platform

Xbox One pre-orders will ship with a free copy of FIFA 14, Microsoft announced today. The offer is retroactive, so if you've already pre-ordered one, you'll definitely get the freebie - "while stocks last." Not too shabby as pre-order bonuses go.

In other FIFA news, Xbox One will also receive several exclusive legendary players in the Ultimate Team mode. Details below.

Ultimate Team gold packs will sometimes include players like Dennis Bergkamp, Freddie Ljungberg and Ruud Gullit on Xbox One. "The star-studded lineup includes some of the greatest football legends to ever step onto the pitch," explains the official site. "Each football legend will have unique attributes based on their skills and flair during the peak of their careers, and will be randomly inserted into FIFA 14Ultimate Team Gold Packs beginning at the launch of the Xbox One."

"Throughout the season, additional Legends will be introduced to FIFA 14 Ultimate Team."

You can watch the brand new trailer right here.

We don't yet know if Ultimate Team Legends is a permanent or timed exclusive, or whether the PS4 version will feature different players. We'll likely find out during EA's Gamescom showcase that starts at 15:00 today. You can watch it live right here, with our hub going live an hour beforehand.

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Late  Aug. 20, 2013 at 11:13

I'm not a big fan of footy games, but I appreciate it's one of the most popular franchises - and I'd get some play out of it.
There's going to be a lot of people who'd been planning on buying a ps3 because it's cheaper than the xb1, then paying £35/£40 for the game.
Suddenly that price gap has closed quite a bit (if you're interested in the game, or can sell it).

jk12324  Aug. 20, 2013 at 11:40

Looks like Microsoft is resorting to desperate tactics now. But it's definitely a good thing for the consumers.

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