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FIFA 13 (also known as FIFA Soccer 13 in North America) was developed by EA Canada. A demo of the game was released on 11 September 2012; the demo teams include: Borussia Dortmund, Manchester City, Juventus, A.C. Milan and Arsenal. The demo was downloaded a record 1.99 million times within three days. The game was released on September 2012 in most regions, and in Japan in October. The Wii U version was released alongside the console on its launch day in all regions.
Lionel Messi was the first person to appear individually on a FIFA game cover in North America for 10 years. It is also the first game to not include Wayne Rooney on the cover of the UK version since FIFA 06. The UK version of FIFA 13 instead includes Lionel Messi, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Joe Hart and with St James Park, the home of Newcastle United, in the background.
FIFA 13 included new features to the FIFA franchise such as the First Touch Control.
A new additional feature in FIFA 13 is to support Kinect for Xbox 360 and PlayStation Move for PlayStation 3. The Wii U]version includes some exclusive touch-based features including the ability to shoot precisely by tapping an image of the goal and managing the match in real-time.
The leagues in FIFA 13 have been confirmed by EA Sports through their website, with EA calling it "the most authentic football game on the planet with 30 of the world’s best leagues" All leagues from FIFA 12 are included, with the addition of the Saudi Professional League for the first time in the series' history.
Leagues in bold are new to this edition of FIFA.
- Liga do Brasil (unlicensed version of the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A)
- Polska Liga (unlicensed version of T-Mobile Ekstraklasa
- Primeira Liga (2 teams are unlicensed (fake names and badges)
Rest of the WorldEdit
- AEK Athens F.C.
- Boca Juniors
- Kaizer Chiefs
- MLS All-Stars
- Orlando Pirates
- Racing Club
- Rangers FC
- River Plate
- Classic XI
- Adidas All Star Team
- World XI
There are 47 international teams on FIFA 13 as confirmed on the EA website. The Czech Republic and Paraguay are returning. India, Bolivia and Venezuela return to the main series after an 11-year hiatus since FIFA Football 2002. Croatia was removed from the international teams, as they could not reach the licensing agreement. Teams in bold are new to this edition of FIFA
CAF (4 teams)
CONCACAF (2 teams)
CONMEBOL (10 teams)
OFC (1 team)
UEFA (26 teams)
(* Default starting XI has fictional players. However, most Paraguayan/Venezuelan internationals are available for selection as they are included in the game)
Career Mode this year has been updated, with players being able to manage an international team as well as a club. Options in transfers include counter-offers and offering a player as well as money. On the iOS platform, players cannot manage national teams and can only offer money to get players.
Seasons mode allows players to progress through an online league system by being pitted against players of a similar skill level. After the user chooses a real-world team to play as, an online player with similar skills and a similar star level team is found as an opponent.
The player plays ten matches per season with a specific number of points required for promotion to the league above.
Seasons mode is much simpler in comparison to Ultimate Team mode but is challenging and rewarding.
- Fifa Ultimate team, commonly abbreviated to 'FUT', is an additional feature of FIFA 13. This game mode allows the player to build their own team from real life players, which they can then use to compete in tournaments and divisions over the internet. For each game complete, players earn coins to spend on improving their team.
- Players and other items in this mode take the form of cards, which are obtained through buying packs or from buying directly from other players through the auction house. There are three different tiers of cards; bronze, silver and gold, indicating their quality (lowest being bronze, highest being gold). These cards can be obtained in two ways; buying packs or buying directly from other players. Player cards have an overall rating, which is an estimate of their overall in game quality. Players with overall rating of 64 or lower are bronze rated, players between 65 and 74 rated are silver and finally players rated 75 and above are gold.
- The FIFA Ultimate team web app was released on September 18th 2012. This allows players to access their ultimate team from their computer and a variety of other devices, such as an iPhone app.
According to EA, "A very small number of users have attempted to gain an unfair advantage" of the web application. Responding EA issued permanent bans on players who have attempted to exploit the web application. [12 ]  There have been reports of problems concerning the non-exploiting players failing to connect to the application due to a "mistake" in the safety of the player account. EA has attempted to solve this problem than other reports show complaints by players who have not yet been pre-published in the bonus games.
It has been shown that at least one scoreboard from ESPN will be included in the game. An ESPN presentation for the intro to the match has also been seen.
There are 26 stadia in FIFA 13, including two new real ones: Tottenham Hotspur's White Hart Lane and the Saudi Arabia's King Fahd International Stadium. and one new generic stadium, Sanderson Park. FC Barcelona's Camp Nou, present in previous editions of the game, does not appear in FIFA 13, as EA could not reach a licensing agreement with the club. Stadiums in bold are new to this edition.
- Akaaroa Stadium
- Aloha Park
- Arena D’Oro
- Century Park Arena
- Court Lane
- Crown Lane
- Eastpoint Arena
- El Bombastico
- El Libertador
- El Medio
- El Reducto
- Estadio Latino
- Estadio President G.Lopes
- Estadio De Las Artes
- Estadio del Pueblo
- Euro Park
- FIWC Stadium (PS3 only)
- Forest Park Stadium
- Ivy Lane
- Molton Road
- O Dromo
- Olimpico Arena
- Pratelstvi Arena
- Sanderson Park
- Stade Kokoto
- Stade Municipal
- Stadio Comunale
- Stadion 23. Maj
- Stadion Europa
- Stadion Hanguk
- Stadion Neder
- Stadion Olympic
- Town Park
- Union Park Stadium
The official soundtrack for FIFA 13 was announced on 6 September 2012. The game features 50 established and breakthrough artists.
- Get Away with It - Animal Kingdom
- Mark IV ft. Joshua Radin - Ashtar Command
- Panda - Astro
- If So - Atlas Genius
- Feud - Band of Horses
- Weight of Living, Part 2 - Bastille
- We Are Not Good People - Bloc Party
- Outta My Mind - Cali
- Us Against the World - Clement Marfo & The Frontline
- Follow - Crystal Fighters
- Professional Griefers - deadmau5 feat. Gerard Way
- Hail Bop - Django Django
- Get Out While You Can - Duologue
- TeKKno Scene ft. Adam Kanyama - Elliphant
- Got That Fire (Oh La Ha) (feat. Pugs Atomz) - Featurecast
- Spark - Fitz and The Tantrums
- Let It Roll, Part 2 - Flo Rida feat. Lil Wayne
- See the Light - Foreign Beggars & Bare Noize
- Bliss Out - Hadouken!
- On Top of the World - Imagine Dragons
- What Love - Jagwar Ma
- You're A Animal - Jonathan Boulet
- Club Foot - Kasabian
- Come into My Head - Kimbra
- G# - Kitten
- Eure Mädchen - Kraftklub
- Black White & Blue - Ladyhawke
- Finale - Madeon
- Searchin - Matisyahu
- Speed the Collapse - Metric
- Paddling Out - Miike Snow
- I'll Be Alright - Passion Pit
- Sweet Sipping Soda - Reptar
- Shine the Light - Reverend and The Makers
- Fly or Die - Rock Mafia
- Goldrushed - The Royal Concept
- Wild - Royal Teeth
- Big Mouth - Santigold
- September - St. Lucia
- Jungles - Stepdad
- Champion - The Chevin
- Saturday - The Enemy
- Don't Say Nothing - The Heavy
- Ghosts - The Presets
- Sleep Alone - Two Door Cinema Club
- Quesadilla - Walk the Moon
- Blur - Wretch 32
- We Come Running - Youngblood Hawke
- Rain of Gold - Young Empires
- Past 2 - Zemaria
The North American cover for the game features Lionel Messi, whilst St James' Park, Newcastle, has been included as the background. Other location-based covers will be used, as in previous years, and feature Messi and other players from the respective region, except North America, which only features Messi. This is the first time since FIFA Soccer 2003 that the North American version had a single cover athlete.
EA Sports offered downloadable "Custom Club Sleeve" covers with players from the Premier League after the game's release. The teams and players include:
- Arsenal: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Wojciech Szczęsny, Lukas Podolski
- Aston Villa: Stephen Ireland, Darren Bent, Gabriel Agbonlahor
- Chelsea: Frank Lampard, Eden Hazard, Fernando Torres
- Everton: Marouane Fellaini, Steven Pienaar, Phil Jagielka
- Fulham: Kerim Frei, Mark Schwarzer, Brede Hangeland
- Manchester City: David Silva, Mario Balotelli, Joe Hart
- Newcastle United: Papiss Cissé, Yohan Cabaye, Fabricio Coloccini
- Tottenham Hotspur: Gylfi Sigurðsson, Gareth Bale, Kyle Walker
EA Sports also offered a downloadable cover for FIFA 13 for Major League Soccer, featuring Chris Wondolowski of the San Jose Earthquakes, Fredy Montero of Seattle Sounders FC, Tim Cahill of the New York Red Bulls, and Darren Mattocks of Vancouver Whitecaps FC. Wondolowski, Montero, and Cahill were elected by vote on EA Sports' website, while Mattocks was included for being named Best Player Under 24 in MLS by MLS. EA Sports also offered downloadable covers for each MLS team with a player from that club being featured. The teams and players were:
- Chicago Fire - Sean Johnson
- Chivas USA - Dan Kennedy
- Colorado Rapids - Matt Pickens
- Columbus Crew - Federico Higuaín
- D.C. United - Dwayne De Rosario
- FC Dallas - Brek Shea
- Houston Dynamo - Brad Davis
- Los Angeles Galaxy - Landon Donovan
- Montreal Impact - Marco Di Vaio
- New England Revolution - Benny Feilhaber
- New York Red Bulls - Tim Cahill
- Philadelphia Union - Michael Farfan
- Portland Timbers - Darlington Nagbe
- Real Salt Lake - Kyle Beckerman
- San Jose Earthquakes - Chris Wondolowski
- Seattle Sounders FC - Fredy Montero
- Sporting Kansas City - Jimmy Nielsen
- Toronto FC - Torsten Frings
- Vancouver Whitecaps FC - Jay DeMerit or Darren Mattocks
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