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Monday, 28 July 2014 07:52

FIFA 15 to get full Serie A license

Written by David Stellmack

All 20 teams & Italian commentary

Besides learning that Lionel Messi will be the featured cover player for the European edition of FIFA 15, along with Clint Dempsey to be featured with the Barcelona star on the US release of FIFA 15, we learn that EA has locked up another license for FIFA 15.

FIFA 15 will feature full Serie A which includes the all of the teams, logos, and branding as well as the league’s official Nike soccer ball. All 20 Serie A clubs are fully licensed and players will be able to play as their favorite Serie A club in a run for the Scudetto trophy. As an added bonus, the game will offer Italian commentary.

FIFA 15 is scheduled to appear on pretty much every current platform possible and will arrive on September 23rd in North America and September 26th in Europe.

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