FIFA 19 - Nintendo Switch Edition
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Publisher: Electronic Arts
Genres: Simulation, Sports
Immerse yourself in the most authentic football experience ever seen before on Nintendo Switch. Featuring distinctive team and player personalities, introducing official broadcast presentation for the some of the world’s biggest leagues, and elevating your ability to finish with the all-new striking overhaul.
Team and Player Personality: A deep set of authentic playing styles are introduced in FIFA 19 on Nintendo Switch. You will immediately recognize club AI match some of the world's best tactics, such as the tiki taka of Europe's elite or the high-pressing style famous in the Premier League. In addition, real-world movements will inform individual playing styles, allowing you to feel the life-like tendencies of the world's best.
Striking Overhaul: Added shooting variety provides players with a new level of control when finishing. The striking overhaul provides the ability to better contact first time shots, drive dangerous dipping strikes, or finish with clinical finesse, giving players more options in-front of goal. In addition, the new Timed Finishing mechanic adds a further level of control to finishing. Users tap once to initiate a strike and tap again on contact, with perfectly timed strikes more likely to find their target, and poorly timed strikes more likely to miss the mark.
Authentic Broadcast Presentation: Official broadcast overlay packages for the biggest leagues in the world, like the UEFA Champions League, Premier League, Bundesliga, and La Liga immerse players in the match-day experience
FIFA 19 | Champions Rise | Official Launch Trailer
FIFA 19 is a threadbare experience on the Switch. The inclusion of the Champions League and a significant graphical upgrade goes some way to approaching the levels on presentation found on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC version, but on the pitch it's a mile away from being a premium football simulation and fails to build on last year's game. I can see myself having some fun playing the new House Rules modes locally with friends, but in most single-player modes there is no doubt that it is a repetitive and unfulfilling experience.
FIFA 19 on Nintendo Switch offers an experience almost on par with the other versions of the game. This version's visuals are kind of weak on TV mode, however, it also proves to be enough when playing on handheld mode. Furthermore, it features all of the available options for the Champions League, the Ultimate Team as well as other game mode.
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