FIFA ModdingWay Mod News Unfortunately due to personal problems I was forced to cancel or delay ( I´m not sure ) the release of FIFA 16 / 14 ModdingWay Mod. It has been a difficult year for me so I´m trying to find out time to work on the mod but sincerely it has been impossible. I´m not sure if the 18/19 mod will finally be released or not.
FIFA 19 Modding Possibilities. Latest News Master GalaxyMan keeps working on Frosty Editor. Modding FIFA 19 seems more difficult than expected and we can´t confirm if it will be possible in the end. Anyway, check out the latest screenshot provided by Galaxyman featuring Adidas Telstar Winter Ball.
No new faces in FIFA 19 PS3 version You may ask what this has to do with FIFA 14, 15 or 16 ? Well, these are bad news for those still playing them since all faces converted from previous FIFA versions ( FIFA 17, 18 ) were made using PS3 ones. Since there are no new faces included in FIFA 19 PS3 version none of those faces you have seen on PC, XONE or PS4 can be converted to FIFA 14.
FIFA 19 Database converted to FIFA 16 In this video, we show FIFA 19 database converted to FIFA 16. This will be the core database for FIFA 16 / 14 ModdingWay Mod. It has been converted from PC version. Check out new teams and stats.
FIFA 19 Icons Squad File Released Thanks to Dogfoo, we are able to enjoy the first FIFA 19 Icons Squad File. This squad file all includes all icons available in FIFA 19 to play with them in career or exhibition mode. Check out screenshots featuring Ronaldo and Rivaldo.
Codemasters released the first gameplay footage for F1 2018, the official videogame of the 2018 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, with Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team’s Charles Leclerc driving a lap of his home track, the iconic Circuit de Monaco. Check it out.
F1 2018 will release onto PC (via Steam) worldwide on Friday 24th August 2018.
Showcasing F1 2018’s enhanced visuals, the trailer takes us on a lap of Monaco narrated by the 20-year-old Monégasque Sauber driver, who was filmed playing the new game in Baku, Azerbaijan recently.
With regards to the visuals unveiled today in the new Monaco footage, Stuart Campbell, the new Art Director on F1 2018 said, “One of the biggest visual uplifts for F1 2018 are our revised lighting, sky, clouds and atmospherics systems. These systems work hand-in-hand and affect all aspects of the game rendering, making it more believable than ever before. Our new cloud tech more accurately represents the real world with improved cloud formations and response to light through the various weather scenarios that are a huge part of F1. Even on a clear day, the sky looks interesting with high level cloud detail and jet trails, while the new atmospherics system gives a true sense of depth in the scene and connects the sky and terrain in a more cohesive manner, making for some stunning vistas.”
One of several key improvements to the car physics system is also revealed briefly in the Monaco footage. Lee Mather, Game Director on the F1 Games, explained: “The inclusion of a player-managed Energy Recovery System (ERS) has been added to vehicle physics for F1 2018 as we always strive to give as authentic recreation of the sport as possible. Augmenting the powerful internal combustion engine, the player will have multiple deployment modes to choose from. The inclusion of the ERS will not only give the player an even more authentic Formula 1 experience, but will serve to create even more varied and exciting races”.
As well as a strong visual uplift this year and the inclusion of player-managed ERS; F1 2018 boasts a number of other new features and improvements. There are more classic cars for the player to drive and the much heralded Career mode has been expanded to further immerse the player into the world of Formula 1. F1 2018 will feature all of the official drivers, teams and circuits from the enthralling 2018 season. This year sees the return of the French Grand Prix™ for the first time since 2008, at the Circuit Paul Ricard, and also the return of the German Grand Prix at the Hockenheimring.
F1 2018 F1 2018 Classic Cars Reveal Codemasters has today released a new trailer for F1 2018, that reveals two stunning classic F1 cars that will feature in the new game. F1 2018 will release on Friday 24th August 2018.
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F1 2018 F1 2018 First Gameplay Video Codemasters released the first gameplay footage for F1 2018, the official videogame of the 2018 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, with Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team’s Charles Leclerc driving a lap READ MORE >>