June 6, 2014
Eight days after the start of the World Cup in Brazil, Electronic Arts decided to carry out a simulation of how the world event will unfold using FIFA 14, one of the most realistic games made so far, as a reference to predict the results.
And although many consider Brazil, Argentina or Spain the winner, according to the video game the champion will be Germany, being the first European team to be successful in South America.
In the mock final, the Germans beat the homeowner in overtime while defending champion Spain fell in the semifinals with the Germans on penalty kicks and then beat Portugal for third place.
Likewise, Electronic Arts announced on Twitter and through a brief 14-second video teaser to the new FIFA 15, a video game that will have its promotional trailer this Monday, at the company’s conference at the E3 electronic fair and where La Tercera will be present and live.
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