FIFA 12 (named FIFA Soccer 12 in North America) is the nineteenth game in Electronic Arts’ FIFA arrangement of affiliation football computer games.
It was created by EA Canada, and distributed by Electronic Arts worldwide under the EA Sports mark. It was delivered in September 2011, on consoles for PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii; on handhelds for PlayStation Portable, Nintendo 3DS, Xperia Play, Android, and iOS; and on PCs for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. A port of the game entitled FIFA Football (named FIFA Soccer in North America) was delivered as a dispatch title for the PlayStation Vita.
David Rutter, the line maker for FIFA 12, guaranteed “a progressive year for FIFA … particularly in the ongoing interaction department.”
In the United Kingdom, an “Extreme Edition” of the game was accessible at Game and Gamestation stores. It included four month to month Ultimate Team gold packs, with each pack containing 12 things, including players, contracts, arenas, chiefs, staff, wellness, mending, footballs, units and identifications. Each pack contains one uncommon thing, for example, improved player ascribes, longer agreements and the most desired players. On 22 June 2011, EA Sports reported that the Microsoft Windows variant of FIFA 12 will have a similar motor, highlights, and rivalries as the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions.
Alongside a few other new EA Sports titles, FIFA 12 was accessible three days ahead of schedule to buyers of the EA Sports Season Ticket.
The delivery date of the FIFA 12 demo was reported at the Gamescom occasion in Germany on August 16, 2011; the demo was accessible from Xbox Live Marketplace and EA’s Origin Store for Microsoft Windows on 13 September 2011.