On the 27th of September FIFA 13 was released worldwide on PC, consoles and handhelds. This year FIFA 13 was also able to be downloaded through game publisher EA’s Origin.
As I got home from work on the 27th of September I saw that FIFA 13 was released on PC. Being a core PC gamer myself I decided to buy the game. It has been one of the few games I really play throughout the year.
I already had a Origin account when I tested EA’s online download store some time ago so I decided to use Origin for buying FIFA 13. It seemed easy to do and I wanted the game directly. It went easier than I thought. I selected buy FIFA 13, logged into my account and bought the game.
I downloaded and installed the Origin client to my computer and downloaded the game. It went a bit faster than I eventually thought. I had the game within 30 minutes on my computer (or within the Origin client). I went to “play game” and before I knew it I was playing EA’s latest soccer game.
The game feels fresh and new compared to FIFA 12 but still has that familiar FIFA style. I tried out the different functions of the game and saw the online integration went even further than preceding FIFA’s (I even noticed you can’t start up the game without an internet connection). It also seemed that everything you do in the game earns you xp or experience which enhances your level and over time lets you get special in game items. Continue reading “FIFA 13 PC: minor problems to a great game”