FIFA 14: Highlighting North America Next-Generation Upgrade Incentives
Some FIFA/video game fans may be trying to decide whether they should purchase the current-generation version of FIFA 14, or if they should wait two months to get it on a next-generation console. Obviously, there will be huge differences in the games from a visual standpoint.
If you’re like me and can be led around by the nose by a beautiful looking video game, you’ll probably drool over the next-gen version until you’re forced to buy it. Still, two months is a long time to go without a world football video game, if you're a diehard fan.
North American fans have a few incentive offers to be aware of in the event they choose to buy both. The following information may make taking the double dip a little easier to swallow.
Information per VG 24/7.
If you are convinced you want the next-generation version of FIFA, the GameStop and Future Shop offers will nearly pay for the game with a trade-in of the current-gen version. FutureShop is offering a $60 credit towards the Xbox One version and GameStop has a $50 credit.
GameStop’s offer is especially interesting considering you have a full 30 days to keep both. You would have ample time to decide which one is best for your gaming needs. The Future Shop deal must take place when the game releases, which forces you to make a quicker decision.
GameStop’s deal is just for Xbox One, while Future Shop has the same deal for PS4 gamers. So PlayStation owners aren't left in the cold completely.
If you’re potentially looking to purchase another unrelated item, the Best Buy and Amazon offers may be appealing. Both of them offer gift cards that can be used on other techy stuff.
In any case, EA Sports is attempting to make it a bit easier to transition from current-gen to next-gen.
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