FIFA 14 for Android released

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FIFA 14 is one of the most popular Football (Soccer) games in the world for consoles and computers. But, now it plans to get popular for Android devices as well as EA sports has released the latest version of FIFA 14 for Android.

As a celebration of the release of FIFA 14, EA has decided to offer this week only a free Gold Premium Pack. So, waste no time and grab your very own FIFA 14 for your Android device from the Google Playstore.

Download and install FIFA 14 for North America from this Google Play Store link here.

Download and install FIFA 14 International from Google Play Store link here.

Note that the download size is 1.35 GB, so it would be best for you to check the storage free space prior to starting the download. Make sure that you’re downloading the game via Wi-Fi so as to avoid mobile data costs.

FIFA 14 for Android comes with: real players, teams and leagues, EA Sports Football Club Match Day, new touch controls and better graphics. You can make a choice between 33 different leagues, 600 + real teams. You can also choose to control over 16,000 players and play games in 34 real stadiums. It features injuries, suspensions, team form.  In order to create the best football club in the world, buy, sell players, tweak with tactics, playing style and squad players and there you go!

You win coins as you play tournaments. You can make in-game purchases that allow you to unlock Manager, Kick Off andswitch between Tournament modes. While the game itself is free.

With the touch controls, it has become more interesting- you swipe to throw, tap to pass, hold and drag to move player and much more that you’ll discover while you’re playing.

So, go get it and discover more of it and let us know what other features it has. If you have any queries, comment below in the comment box.


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