The 2018 World Cup will be taking over Russia in June, as gamers can in turn look forward to a World Cup update coming to FIFA 18. The 2018 FIFA World Cup experience delivers a complete tournament feel via authentic teams, stadiums, kits, badges, official match ball, and official winner's trophy.
From the group stage to the final in Moscow, you'll be able to choose from the 32 qualified nations to live out your own Wold Cup fantasies. You can also take advantage of Online Friendlies, Online Tournament modes, and a Custom Tournament mode that lets you play as any licensed national team in FIFA 18, including non-qualified countries such as the U.S., Italy, and Chile.
All 12 stadiums participating in the 2018 World Cup will be at your disposal, complete with authentic pitch environments and national team banners.
You'll be able to download the 2018 FIFA World Cup update for FIFA 18 beginning May 29 for PlayStation, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch.
In related news, Zlatan Ibrahimovic will unfortunately not be playing for Sweden in this year's World Cup.