Updated 11:15 AM EST, Wed, Jan 26, 2022

'FIFA 16' Release Date & Career Mode: Xbox One & PS4 Demo Now Downloadable! What to Expect in Final Game

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Prior to the release of "FIFA 16" later this month, a demo of the game has been made available for download for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PC.

According to Gamespot, the demo will allow players to try the standard Kick-Off mode and the FIFA Ultimate Team Draft, FIFA Trainer and newly introduced skill games.

"Featured in the demo are 10 high-profile teams, as well as two women's teams -- including the World Cup-winning US Women's National Team," added the same report explaining that the two women teams, U.S. and Germany, can only go against each other for the demo.

EA Sports FIFA vice president and general manager David Rutter said in an earlier Clapway report that adding women teams in the game "is a massive event for EA Sports, and we are equally excited about bringing millions of fans a new way to play."

Among the men's teams included in the demo are FC Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, Borussia Mönchengladbach, Chelsea FC, Inter Milan, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid C.F., River Plate and Seattle Sounders.

As for the playing stadiums of the demo, Gamestop said players can utilize Borussia-Park, CenturyLink Field and Santiago Bernabeu.

To be able to download the "FIFA 16" demo, click these links - Xbox One (4.46 GB) and Xbox 360 (1.6 GB).

Set to be released on Sept 22 on all game consoles, the FIFA 16 is said to go head to head with the PES 2016.

WinBeta said this upcoming release will be the sixteenth game in the EA Soccer Franchise and will feature Lionel Messi on the game cover.

In addition, VG247 said FIFA 16 will come with a developed career mode "for those of you who can tear yourself away from Ultimate Team for long enough to check out this core campaign."

Some expected new features are the pre-season tournaments and focused training of the players.

MoviePilot said there will be 25 expected changes on the game especially in terms of "defensive mechanics featuring improved sliding, fake tackles and in-air tackles." FIFA 16 is also expected to come with dynamic crossing where strikers will meet the ball while on the run and make their defense.

The game has also reportedly upgraded its goalkeeper to improve the last line of defines during the game.

As for the dribbling feature, Squawka said it will include the "no touch dribbling" technique of cover star Messi.

"The outcome is that now players can fake without the ball which will provide an entirely new way of dribbling and beating a man. Any player will be able to do it, but there will be varying levels of skill depending on the player in question's skill level," said the same report.

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