Introducing the prestigious UEFA Champions League, offering authentic in match atmospheres, featuring gameplay updates including elevated on-pitch personality and a striking overhaul, and providing new and unrivaled ways to play. Champions Rise in FIFA 19. Play the pinnacle of club football across a variety of modes in FIFA 19 NINTENDO SWITCH with official match presentation, breadth in tournament experiences, including UEFA Champions League, Europa League and Super Cup, and an all-new commentary team in Derek Rae and Lee Dixon.
The UEFA Champions League, Europa League and Super Cup come to life across experiences in EA SPORTS FIFA 19. From live content updates in FIFA 19 Ultimate Team, to authentic Career Mode integration, to an all-new standalone UEFA Champions League Mode, you can experience the greatest club football competition in the world no matter where you play in FIFA 19. In-Match Experience - Immerse yourself in the most authentic football experience ever seen before on Nintendo Switch.
Featuring distinctive team and player personalities, introducing official broadcast presentation for the some of the world’s biggest leagues, and elevating your ability to finish with the all-new striking overhaul.
FIFA 19 on Nintendo Switch offers an experience almost on par with the other versions of the game. This version’s visuals are kind of weak on TV mode, however, it also proves to be enough when playing on handheld mode. Furthermore, it features all of the available options for the Champions League, the Ultimate Team as well as other game modes.
Undoubtedly fun, especially on the move.
FIFA 19 is a step in the right direction. There are still some big differences between this and the main versions of the game, but it’s a great way to enjoy FIFA on your Switch.
FIFA 19’s numerous improvements on and off the pitch mean it overtakes its predecessor as the best football game released on a Nintendo system, and it’s still a technical marvel when played in handheld mode. That said, EA’s decision not to improve Ultimate Team and Career – arguably the two most popular modes – feel like a missed opportunity. It’s better than last year’s game, then, but not as much as it could have been. If you're new to FIFA, then add one point to the score below; this is the best soccer game on Switch by a mile. However, if you're a grizzled veteran - as pretty much anyone who is contemplating a purchase is likely to be, given the advanced age of EA's premier sports franchise, then the score stands.
This is a great backup version, but a largely inferior edition of a terrific game.
FIFA 19 brings the second iteration of the world's most popular football game series to the Nintendo Switch and this delivery improves on its predecessor when it comes to gameplay and competitions. It does not go all the way, however, when it comes to visual performance and to the AI's behaviour, not to mention the disappointing lack of some gaming modes. While FIFA 19 does its part to bring football back to Nintendo platforms, it still needs to go further to become truly indispensable title.
A smaller, dirtiest and less smart version of the good game available on the other platforms.
October 1, 2018
FIFA 19: The game sells a 25% less than last year in the UK. Read more
August 23, 2018
FIFA 19 unveils a trailer of The Journey mode. Watch video
August 6, 2018
FIFA 19 has a survival mode and you can turn off the referee. Read more
June 8, 2018
FIFA 19 unveils Cristiano Ronaldo as its cover star.