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The FIFA 19 No-Rule Mode Is Going To Be A Lot Of Fun

The FIFA 19 No-Rule Mode Is Going To Be A Lot Of Fun

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The FIFA 19 No-Rule Mode Is Going To Be A Lot Of Fun

FIFA 19 is coming! We know who the top 100 rated players are on this years game and now that’s out the way we can get down to the real excitement, playing with no rules!

The last few days have taught us that FIFA players really don’t like ratings. I mean they really like ratings they just really don’t agree with the ones that EA have attributed to some of the players.

I find myself almost amazed at the Twitter outcry when a player is rated at 87 when they ‘should’ be ranked 89, oh the horrors. Players don’t help the whole thing by getting caught up in the banter.

Ronaldo is the highest ranked player on this year's game. Image: FIFA 19/EA Sports
Ronaldo is the highest ranked player on this year’s game. Image: FIFA 19/EA Sports

That said though I am looking forward to the new game but mainly because it will allow me to live in the lawless world that I’ve always dreamed of, and not one run by fellow SPORTbible writer Josh.

FIFA 19 will include a House Rules mode that will allow players to turn off fouls completely and also get rid of the damned offside rule that blights our wonderful sport, who wouldn’t want to play that?!

Just think of all the times that your mate has been running through on goal and you’ve got no issue to take him out but then you’d know you’re about to pick up a red card, not anymore though.

The other mode in House Rules will also allow players to rewind to their school days and play Headers and Volleys, ahh those playground days.

There’s also Survival Mode where players will lose a player in their team everytime they score, with the match going till someone’s scored five.

Hook it to my veins!

Ryan Sidle

Ryan is a writer for SPORTbible. He covers all sport from football, formula one, cricket, rugby, tennis, athletics, mma and wrestling. He obviously hates YOUR football team and has no interest in synchronised swimming.

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