FIFA Mobile Gets New Season With Better Graphics, Team Chemistry System, Head to Head Multiplayer Mode

FIFA Mobile, one of the popular mobile games by EA Sports, has been updated on Android and iOS with a new season. The new update brings a list of much-awaited tweaks, including a “Head to Head” multiplayer mode as well as a new Team Chemistry system that boosts your starting lineup when you select players from the same real-world club, league, or nationality. Also, there is an upgraded gameplay engine that is touted to deliver a more realistic and responsive experience. EA has also made player likenesses look better than ever with a fresh set of star heads, authentic boots, and signature goal celebrations.

The new season of FIFA Mobile has an all-new gameplay engine that brings a “dramatically overhauled” animation system and artificial intelligence (AI) controlled players who play much more intelligently and realistically on both sides over the previous version. There are also better-looking players with authentic faces of many of the global football stars. EA has also uplifted the animation fidelity. This is claimed to help deliver an experience “with more passion and fluidity than any other football game available on mobile devices”.

Further, there are improvements on the part of celebrations as well. The company says that between dabs, backflips, and other moves, goal celebrations throughout the gameplay are authentic. Detailing is also there when it comes to visuals, such as the dresses and boots of the players. Moreover, off the pitch scenes, menus, and player items have been redesigned from the scratch to make FIFA Mobile an interesting game for the existing FIFA fans.

FIFA Mobile has also received a new Team Chemistry system that is designed to boost your starting lineup when you include players from the same real-world team, league, or country. You can experience the new addition and be able to build a team of strong contenders once you pick a few players from a popular real-world team.

If the new Team Chemistry system is not something that persuades you to install the latest FIFA Mobile on your Android or iOS device, EA has offered a real-time Head to Head multiplayer mode. This means you can play a tournament with competitors around the globe in a real time. You can also opt for the Amateur and Pro Divisions to play a match against an AI Trainer to improve your skills on the pitch.

EA has provided a list of minimum specs requirements for the Head to Head mode. There are models such as the iPhone 6 and later, iPad Air 2 and later, iPad mini 4 and later, Samsung Galaxy S6 and later, Galaxy Note 5 and later, Google Pixel and later, and OnePlus 3T and later among other devices in the list of recommended devices. Furthermore, the company points out that devices based on Snapdragon 2xx, Snapdragon 400 and 410, and Snapdragon 600 don’t meet the minimum specs.


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Doom Eternal: Gameplay Trailer, New Multiplayer, and Switch Release

At QuakeCon 2018 over the weekend, id Software gave fans an extended look at Doom Eternal, the follow-up to the 2016 acclaimed reboot announced at E3 2018. And in a separate interview, the team discussed various details including a new multiplayer mode, new settings, and the Nintendo Switch situation.

The new multiplayer experience is called “invasions” which will allow you to play as a demon and fight other players in their single-player campaign. The Doom team is also working on another player versus player (PvP) mode, Doom Eternal executive producer Marty Stratton told Eurogamer, which will be different from the one in the 2016 edition.

“It’s super-fun to play as part of the Doom game of chess game but as a different piece on the board,” Stratton said. “We want people to very easily have it right there at their fingertips and they can bounce between any experience just as easy as they can play the campaign.”


The Doom Eternal gameplay reveal shows hell on Earth, the Martian moon Phobos, and what seems like Heaven, according to Eurogamer. Eternal creative director Hugo Martin didn’t confirm it, except to say that “the answer to that question is really compelling” and added: “It’s not Hell. That blueish place is not Hell.”

Doom Eternal will have a “good amount” and “widely varied” environments. “People will be as excited about where they’re going next in the game as they were in 2016 about what they were going to fight next,” Stratton noted.

As for Switch, id Software is treating the hybrid console as a “first class citizen” this time around, though they are still working with developer Panic Button for the Nintendo version. It will still run at 30fps though, with Stratton saying it’s “no sacrifice to the experience”.

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The developers also claim the game’s “doom slayer” is set to be the most powerful in Doom’s history, thanks to new weapons and tools such as a grappling hook attached to the shotgun.

Doom Eternal has no release date yet, with Stratton saying they are “still a way away from launching”.

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Supercell’s Brawl Stars Android Multiplayer Shooter Game Launched in Select Countries

Last year in June, Clash of Clans creator Supercell announced a new game called Brawl Stars. The 3v3 multiplayer shooter game was soft launched for iOS users in Canada only initially. The company had then announced that the global launch for both Android and iOS users will happen in a few months. Over the past year, it made the iOS version available to users in Canada, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Ireland, Singapore, Malaysia, Macau and Hong Kong. And now, finally after a year, Supercell has soft launched Brawl Stars for Android users as well.

The Brawl Star app is available for Android users only in select countries including Canada, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Ireland, Singapore, Malaysia, Macau, and Hong Kong. These are the same countries that have also received iOS app’s soft launches. This announcement was made by the company on its official social pages.

As mentioned, Brawl Star is a 3v3 multiplayer shooter game that essentially lets players shoot, run, gun, punch, knife, shovel, or cactus your way to glory. The game is free to download, but has in-app purchases. It has four game modes, and users need to collect coins, elixirs, and chips to upgrade and unlock characters aka Brawlers. Different Brawlers have different attacks and super abilities to take you up the ladder and earn more points. The game can be played with multiple users across the world on the smartphone, and a Band of Brawlers with fellow players can eventually be formed to share tips and battle together.

There is no word on when Supercell plans to launch the Brawl Stars app commercially on both Android and iOS ecosystems worldwide. For now, if you live in one of the above mentioned countries, you can download the game from Google Play and App Store right away. If you aren’t in these countries, you could download the game via trusted APK repositories like APK Mirror, however, you still need a VPN to run it, TouchArcade reports.

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No Man’s Sky Xbox One Release Date and Multiplayer Announced

Space sim game No Man’s Sky has an Xbox One release date of July 24. The game will be enhanced for Xbox One X as well with 4K and HDR support. Perhaps more importantly, No Man’s Sky on the Xbox One will include all of the previously released content on disc. This is unlike the retail version of the game on PS4 thanks to the numerous patches and updates No Man’s Sky has seen since its launch in August 2016.

Also, the game will get a free update for PS4 and PC on July 24 to allow online play. The Xbox One version will launch with this feature, no update needed. According to developer Hello Games players will be able to “explore together meet random travellers, build shared bases, dog fight, race vehicles”.

In fact, the forthcoming update to No Man’s Sky is already in the works. Called No Man’s Sky Next, it follows past updates Foundation, Pathfinder, and most recently, Atlas Rises — all of which refined No Man’s Sky’s core gameplay in meaningful ways.

“We are calling this No Man’s Sky Next because it is an important next step in a journey for No Man’s Sky, for Hello Games and for our devoted community,” creator Sean Murray said. “Each update for No Man’s Sky has been more successful than the last; this was especially true of our last update Atlas Rises.”

“It emboldens the team to push ourselves further. This journey is far from over, and it’s exciting to be working again on something you know will surprise people.”

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Multiplayer to Be ‘100 Percent Boots on the Ground’

Developer Treyarch has confirmed that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 multiplayer will be “100 percent boots on the ground”. What this means is, unlike Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, wall running and thrust jumping doesn’t make a return. Despite the lack of traversal options, sliding, mantling, and swimming are back. In addition to this each weapon in Black Ops 4 has its own unique attachments and their own 3D tracers so you know where shots are coming from. Furthermore, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 multiplayer takes place in a narrative universe between Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 and Black Ops 3.

League Play – Call of Duty’s competitive play makes a return as well. In addition to this, specialists make a return with some new ones and “familiar but reimagined” options such as Ruin from Black Ops 4. Each specialist has its own “solo missions” and trials that expands on their backstories and the game’s universe as a whole. These seem to replace the single-player campaign that fans have come to expect from the series. You can check out the trailer for Black Ops 4 multiplayer below:


Treyarch Chairman Mark Lamia stressed on Black Ops 4 being a “living example”, hinting at its online, multiplayer hooks and it being the “deepest, most replayable game” in the developer’s history.

Much like recent games in the Call of Duty series, it would have a beta prior to release. This was discovered by members of the Black Ops 4 subreddit. Earlier in the day, going to the Call of Duty World War 2 beta code entry page and entering a false code, it would give an error message that asked users to go to a support page for the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 beta.

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