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10 clubs teams included in demo version of the eagerly anticipated game, plus two women's sides

Fans eagerly anticipating the release of FIFA 16 will get their first taste of the new game this week with a demo version set to be available for download across various platforms.

A limited version of the game will be free to download on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 from September 8th to 10th.

Players starting the demo for the first time will automatically be sent straight to kick-off in an El Clasico match-up between Real Madrid and Barcelona at the Bernabeu.

After that, gamers will be able to try out the new innovations, most notably the option to play with women's teams. The United States and Germany women's national teams will be the sides available to play with in the demo.

There will be 10 clubs available, including Chelsea and Manchester City from the Premier League. The other sides are Real Madrid, Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, Borussia Monchengladbach, Inter Milan, PSG, River Plate and Seattle Sounders. When it comes to stadiums, BORUSSIA-PARK and CenturyLink Field make their debuts.

 

As well as being able to play regular games, FIFA Ultimate Team Draft, a new feature for the franchise, will be available. The new game mode allows gamers to select a player for each position from an option of five before entering their chosen line-up of top quality stars into a match.

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There are also a couple of features that will enable players to start honing their skills before the game is released in full on September 24. There are six new skill games that can be played whilst matches load, plus FIFA trainer, a contextual training system enabling players to pick up tips whilst playing matches, either in regular mode or FUT Draft.

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