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FIFA 18 demo releases across all platforms today

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If you are excited to get your hands on the latest entry in the FIFA series then you are in luck. The anticipated FIFA 18 demo will be live today across all major platforms including PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC. According to Microsoft, the demo will go live at 1 am BST (02:00 tomorrow SA time) on Xbox One which is probably the time that all platforms will go live and you will be able to download the demo. By the time you read this you will be able to head to your marketplace and start the download. 

As for the contents of the demo itself, you will be able to get your hands on some of the game's upcoming modes as well as bask in the Frostbite's gorgeous engine as you take to the field in some quick matches. We doubt that the demo will have much on the anticipated follow up to The Journey Season 2 which is a continuation of Alex Hunter's journey through the ranks and picks up where FIFA 17 ended off last year. 

The demo will see you head into Kick Off mode where you can take control of Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Alteico Madrid, Juventus, Bayern Munich, LA Galaxy, Toronto FC, Boca Juniors, Guadalajara, Vissel Kobe, and Paris Saint-Germain. You will be able to lead any of these teams into stadiums such as Real Madrid's Santiago Bernabéu, Boca Juniors' La Bombonera, LA Galaxy's StubHub Center, and Al-Hilal Saudi's King Fahd Stadium. 

We are still currently running a FIFA 18 promotion that gets you R100 off the game on any platform over on Takealot.com. All you need to do is enter the code FIFALOT when checking out with FIFA in your basket and you will get R100 off. The game is due for release on 29 September 2017.

Be sure to check back on your store and see when the demo will be live. In the meantime, take a look at the latest trailer for the game below. 

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