FIFA 10 Breaches 4.5 Million Sales

Ever since its release in October, FIFA 10 has held a high position in the UK Charts on both the PS3 and Xbox 360, and now EA reveal some of the Worldwide statistics.

The game has now sold over 4.5 million copies according to the publishing giant and, if you keep an eye on their global counter (which increases at an unimaginable rate), over 114 million games have been played online; the average is apparently over 3 million games a day across Xbox Live and the Playstation Network.


But EA are going to be keeping interest in FIFA 10 fresh by introducing some new features. In February 2010, FIFA 10 will get a new game mode called ‘FIFA 10 Ultimate Team’, which producer – Paul Hossack – teases by saying:

FIFA 10 Ultimate Team adds a lot more authenticity to a unique game that will update with new challenges and content over time…We now have over 7,000 players from 27 leagues available, from which gamers will craft one or multiple squads to show their mastery of the revamped, more realistic chemistry system, and compete in tournaments with exciting requirements and rewards. On top of that, we’ll release new tournaments and other updates regularly to keep the experience fresh and exciting.

Has FIFA finally overtaken Pro Evolution Soccer as the gamer’s preferred football game?…It would appear so.