The 2018 edition of the FIFA football game was released last year, therefore, gamers will not be able to have access to players who recently joined new clubs from their former teams, but will be able to make such transfers in the FIFA 19 edition scheduled to be released in September 2018
FIFA 18 gamers will have to wait until FIFA 19 comes out to have access to the players who joined new clubs during the 2018 summer transfer window in their teams.
The 2018 edition of the football game was released in September 2017 to commemorate this year's FIFA World Cup championship staged in Russia.
However, the recent transfer deals will only be available in the 2019 edition of the games developed and published by Electronic Arts.
According to the developers, FIFA 19 has been scheduled to be released on September 28, 2018 - with Juventus mega signing Cristiano Ronaldo used as the cover of the game.
The Portugal international joined the Italian Serie A champions after Russia 2018 from Real Madrid in four year deal valued around £99 million.
Ronaldo has enjoyed the privilege of gracing the cover of the franchise for a number of years and next edition will not be an exception.
Just like FIFA 18, the next edition will have three different editions - the standard edition, Champions edition and Ultimate edition. The latter two editions replace the 'Ronaldo' and 'Icons' editions of FIFA 18.
The game will also feature the brand new White Hart Lane stadium according to EA Sports - meaning that Spurs fans will be able to play at their brand-new stadium on both the FIFA 19 demo and the full FIFA 19 game.
Ratings have not been revealed but Cristiano Ronaldo will likely be the highest rated star on the demo.
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