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EA is currently running a promotion where they’ll give you a month of free EA Origin Access if you sign up for two-factor authentication on your Origin account. That’s how seriously they’re taking account security these days. 
Nvidia has dropped yet another graphics card driver, this time providing Game Ready support for both Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint and Asgard’s Wrath.
EA Sports has released the FIFA 20 across. You can download the demo from your store of choice (Origin on PC) and begin messing around with what’s changed for this year’s outing.
For those who aren’t ardent fans, trying to pick out the differences from game to game in the FIFA franchise can be a fruitless exercise. They’re there alright, but only for those of us who spend hours upon hours kicking digital balls in the back of the onion bag. One of the standout changes for FIFA 20 though is Volta, an all-new reinvention of street football.
EA Sports has dropped a bomb with the reveal of the FIFA 20 cover stars. Thank the lord they haven’t opted for Ronaldo or Messi yet again because that was getting boring about eight years ago.
It's that time of the year where the lack of football is physically beginning to gnaw away at me. But, have no fear, we're just days away from football leagues around the world kicking off in earnest, while EA Sports is preparing FIFA 20 for launch on September 23rd. Expect higher-fidelity visuals, improved ball physics, refined controls, and some glorious street football. 
When it comes to football games in recent years, we've been treated to some real second-hand versions in comparison to our console brethren. PES 2016 is still running on some bizarre mish-mash of the previous and current-gen versions, but with FIFA 16 we've got the real deal on PC this year. Crank everything up and it looks and plays precisely how it does on PlayStation 4, as well as offering support for higher resolutions.
The football season is in full swing and that can only mean one thing: the arrival of FIFA 15. This year's an extra special one for PC gamers though, because at last FIFA is moving to the new and enhanced Ignite Engine, meaning the beautiful game has never looked better. Greatly enhanced player models, fully rendered 3D crowds, and more realistic animations are the highlights here in what looks to be the complete football package.
As sure as we are that Santa and Christmas will be integral to our festive period, the start of the soccer season brings with it 2 footie sims that help us emulate our other favourite pastime. Obviously gaming tops the pastime charts for fun.Electronic Arts delivers us one of these joyous bundles and has just provided its recommended system requirements for its annual footie giant, FIFA 2010, one of the only sporting franchises it hasn’t dropped for PC gamers.The system specs given seem very reasonable and not far different from last year’s release.Recommended Requirements    * CPU: 3.2 GHz single-core or 2.4 GHz dual-core    * RAM: 1 GB (XP) or 2GB (Vista)    * GPU: GeForce 7800 or greater, ATI Radeon x1800 or greater, Supports shader model 2.0 or above    * VRAM: 256 MB    * Video: DirectX 9.0c compatible    * Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible    * Input: Keyboard or dual-analog gamepad    * Optical Drive: 8x or faster DVD drive    * Hard Disk: 4.4 GB or more free space    * Internet: Broadband connection required for Installation and Online PlayCheck out the game details here