FIFA 18’s Camp Nou will not be included in the game. However, the new version will include several other stadiums, including Barcelona’s, which will still remain licensed to PES. According to FIFA creative director Mat Prior, the new game will provide players with a “jugabilidad” system. But what are some other new additions in the game? This article will look at a few of these. We’ll also discuss if increased game sales will result from the stadium’s popularity.
The Camp Nou is a mystery omission in FIFA 18, which has over 75 stadiums. Other popular stadiums are BVB’s Signal Iduna Park, Valencia’s Mestalla, and Napoli’s Stadio San Paolo. However, the game does include a number of new stadiums, including the Amex Stadium in Brighton, and the Allianz Arena in Munich. The game is far from the crowded arenas of the current generation.
The stadium itself has changed name over the years, from Estadi del FC Barcelona to Camp Nou. Its name has since become more popular than the original, Les Corts. But even though the new stadium is the new home of FC Barcelona, it will be a major disappointment to fans of the Spanish club that their title has been missing. Although EA outbid Konami to secure the official rights to the Champions League and Europa League, the new title does not have the Camp Nou as a feature.
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