EA has today announced that a bunch of new arcade-like modes are coming to FIFA 19.
These include House Rules which has a bunch of fun modes such as Survival Mode (where you lose a player each time you score), No Rules (anything goes) and Long Range (goals scored inside the box are one goal with outside being two).
It’s also been confirmed that proper stat tracking for Kick-Off matches are finally coming to the series. This will include being able to create an ID that you can take any where in order to keep tracking your stats.
THE NEW MODES IN FIFA 19
House Rules — If you’ve ever wanted to play a match in FIFA with different rules—or no rules at all—the House Rules match type is just for you. You can set up a match with a selection of custom rules, including No Rules, Survival, Long Range, First to . . ., and Headers & Volleys.
Survival Mode— Each time a user scores a goal, a random player from the scoring club is removed (excluding the goalkeeper) to create a challenge for the player with a score advantage.
No Rules — Anything goes in this match type, in which there are no offside calls, fouls, or bookings.
Long Range— Any goal scored inside the box will count as one goal, but goals scored from outside the box count as two goals.
First to. . .— This match type lets you set a custom win condition, whether it’s first to score (golden goal), first to three goals, etc. The match will still play to the clock and go through full time, as well as extra time and penalties, if you choose.
Headers & Volleys— You can only score in this match type with a header or a volley. Free kicks and penalties also count, but any other goal scored using your feet outside of a volley will be disallowed.
Best Of Series — Play classic matches in a three- or five-match series to determine an overall winner.
Home & Away — This is a two-legged match type in which you play one home and one away match to determine the overall winner. The winner is determined by the aggregate score, which is the team that has scored the most combined goals from those two matches. If the teams are level after two matches, the team with the most away goals will be determined the winner. If the teams are still level, the match will go to extra time, then to a penalty shootout.
Cup Finals— Play your match as one of a handful of real-life cup finals, including the Champions League Final, Europa League Final, FA Cup Final, and others. Official kits, badges, match balls, and authentic broadcast overlays (for a select few tournaments) provide an authentic cup final experience.