Twitter Goes Into Meltdown Mode After Seeing The FIFA 18 Cover

FIFA headquarters in Zurich.

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FIFA series by EA Sports is one of the most played and followed video games across the planet. The buzz around the game is such, that users are already creating their own designs for the upcoming FIFA 18.

FIFA 17 was very well received, with the most striking feature being its game mode “The Journey”, where you start a career as the young footballer named “Alex Hunter”.

As the football season nears its end, the gaming community has already started to get pumped for FIFA 18. There are speculations surfacing all over the internet, where gamers are predicting and hoping for new features and additions in the game.

EA is yet to officially announce the features of the game, but the company has stated that it will improve “The Journey” and “Ultimate Team” in FIFA 18.

An official statement by EA said: “We will continue to drive innovation and competition in our EA SPORTS franchises.

“FIFA 18 will build on the foundation we created with story mode this year, bringing players back to The Journey with Season 2, featuring new characters and new storylines.

“Our development team in Vancouver is delivering deeply innovative new experiences across this year’s game, including in Ultimate Team, and creating the most emotionally immersive and connected FIFA we have ever produced.”

The Big Question: Who Will Star On The Cover Of FIFA 18?

As anticipation builds, every fan of the game series has one question on their mind – Who will replace Marco Reus as the cover star?

A video showing Paul Pogba as the face on loading screen of FIFA 18 has the gaming community full of excitement and intrigue. However, the video is not official by any means, it is created by a Twitter user named JamesDZN. The quality of video will make you wonder if it’s for real. Take a look at the video here:


Here’s how Twitter reacted:





Written by Shorya Panwar  

Has 20+ years of experience managing Schalke in Football Manager 2017. Believes wing-backs are the most complete footballers in the modern/evolved football. Writes weird stuff on his personal blog.

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