In just a few months time, the FIFA World Cup finals will be taking place in Brazil and EA have decided that now is the perfect time to release the 2014 FIfa World Cup Brazil demo.

The demo comes in at a rather large 1.66GB and has eight playable teams: Mexico, Brazil, USA, England, Australia, Japan, New Zealand and Ivory Coast, so at least a decent bit of variety but odd to see major teams such as Spain, Italy and Germany missing.

The publisher received heavy criticism after announcing the tournament tie-in game  would be a standalone, full price title instead of a downloadable expansion like they’ve done in the past for Euro 2012.

FIFA World Cup 2014 Brazil is out on April 17th, will you be picking it up? Or just play the built in FIFA World Cup feature that is available in FIFA 14?

Leigh Groocock
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