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FIFA 16 demo lands on PS4 and Xbox One

EA Sports has released the FIFA 16 demo on all of the major platforms allowing gamers to trial this year’s footy SIM before it goes on sale later this month.

The demo for Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC enables users to access ten teams from international domestic leagues, as well as the US and Germany women’s national teams.

Barcelona, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester City, Borussia Dortmund, Borussia Monchengladbach, Paris Saint German, Inter Milan, as well as the Seattle Sounders and River Plate.

The launch of the demo represents the first time FIFA gamers will be take control of women’s teams in the 20-plus year history of the game.

US women’s national team star Alex Morgan will also feature along Lionel Messi in that region.

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The demo also features the FIFA Ultimate Team Draft tool, which lets players build their own dream squad and play it in an offline match.

The FIFA Trainer, which offers contextual training in the background while you play is also an option extra within the demo.

Six of the new skills games are also available to sample and these should come in handy as they can be played while the matches are loading up.

Have you sampled the new FIFA demo yet? Do you think this year’s game will be worth the update? Let us know your thoughts.

FIFA 16 will go on sale on September 22.

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