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FIFA 10 to feature premium paid service

by Steven Williamson on 10 September 2009, 08:58

Tags: FIFA 10, Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA), Xbox 360, PS3, Sports

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EA Sports has confirmed a new live season premium service for the this year's instalment of the FIFA series.

The new My Live Season premium service in FIFA 10 will feature weekly updates of player form, transfers, injuries, suspensions, fixtures, results and league standings, creating a mode that mirrors the real world, where gamers play their favourite real-world teams’ games in complete authenticity in any of the following leagues: Barclay’s Premier League, La Liga BBVA, Ligue 1, Bundesliga, Serie A and Mexican Primera Division. The game mode enables you to visually track your results against real life as you progress.

“Every Wednesday is Live Season day where dynamic real-world data and analytics will be updated in FIFA 10 to match the weekly rhythm of real-world football and subscribers will have the chance to rewrite their clubs’ history,” said David Rutter, producer of FIFA 10.

My Live Season is available for the PS3 and Xbox 360. The service is valued at a recommended retail price of £3.99 for the ongoing season on PlayStation Network and 400 points on Xbox Live Marketplace for each individual league. A package of all leagues will be available for the recommended retail price £7.99 for the ongoing season on PlayStation Network and 800 points on Xbox Live Marketplace.

HEXUS Forums :: 4 Comments

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Is this not the same update thing as last year, except charged for? 09 had updates of players and stats in in but you got one leagues updates free! Seems cheeky if that is what they have done.

Also do you really mean inaugural? Its not the first footy game ever from EA!
You did get a free league last year but for the other leagues you had to pay.
I don't understand why Hexus are reporting this as news, this was in it last year.
I don't understand why Hexus are reporting this as news, this was in it last year.

Well it does appear to have changed though, you got a league free last year which is not mentioned in the news. So it appears that EA have realised most people are not interested in more than 1 league so have dropped the free be.
Never really got the point of the service anyway, not something i'd ever pay money for.