It’s hard to imagine how you could have missed this game, but FIFA 14 was available for download on November 6, 2015.
It came with a host of changes, and the biggest was the addition of the FIFA 13 series, which included the now-infamous “Bogotá” scandal.
While FIFA 13 was an easy-to-play game, it took more than a year to get a feel for what FIFA 14 had to offer.
Now, it’s finally here.
It’s been a long time since a game has been released so early in the year, but with FIFA 14, there’s no better time to play.
The new version of FIFA 14 is the same as the previous one, but there’s a few major differences.
There are five different types of FIFA 15 modes, and each of them offers a different experience.
In order of importance, the “Soccer” mode is the most obvious difference, but you can also play “Socche,” “Football” or “Socke” if you’re looking for something more intense.
You can also pick up the “Hockey” and “Horse Racing” modes to try out new strategies.
You can also customize your FIFA 15 roster to suit your playstyle.
There are now six playable players to choose from, including the likes of Lionel Messi, Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo and Raheem Sterling.
This includes Neymar who’s a real-life professional.
While FIFA 14 and FIFA 15 are both released for PC and Xbox One, they’re available for free for PlayStation 4 and Xbox Ones.
That means you can still play the game on PC and use FIFA 15 on Xbox One or PlayStation 4, or use FIFA 14 on PS4 and Xbox 360.
But there are no refunds, and you’ll need to buy FIFA 14 to play on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
It’s not quite a free-to.