Ten game modes spotlighted in developer video
[VIDEO PICK: EA Sports 2014 FIFA World Cup] EA Sports released its developer video for its EA Sports 2014 FIFA World Cup video game spotlighting its 10 game modes,
including Road to the World Cup, which lets you enter qualifying as any one of the 203 national teams, or Road to Rio or Captain Your Country.
Road to Rio allows you to take one of the
finalists and play in the 12 Brazilian World Cup stadiums on the road to the final at the Maracana Stadium. Captain Your Country allows you to work your into the team of your choice.
Other modes include Story of Qualifying, which allows you to recreate the major moments of qualifying, and Story of Finals, which will enable you to play a series of challenges based on the
day’s matches an hour after they've ended.
EA Sports 2014 FIFA World Cup will be available in stores April 15 and is available for pre-order now.
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