Fifa World: EA’s Free-to-play game runs on your average PC

Surprisingly, Electronic Arts unveiled "Fifa World" a free-to-play offshoot video game set for release in November 2013 exclusively for the PC. According to the official figures, the Ultimate Team mode has over 600 licensed teams and 30 leagues on board and offers HD gameplay on console level.

According to the manufacturer the game will run on average home computers. Big sticking point: "Fifa World" starts initially in Brazil and Russia. With this step, EA wants to reach players in the regions that do not have Console.

It remains unclear whether the developers are planned to bring the game for the other countries in future. After all, at their official website they announced the beta version of the game in English, which shows that they would like to address the international audience.

Reason for the restriction on individual countries could be the high cost of the FIFA license, and that would be the case of a worldwide release..

"Fifa World" is not the first free-to-play title in the series. Since 2006, EA released several offshoot video games for the Asian market such as "Fifa Online 3", which is currently expanding into the Chinese market.