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EA Sports FC 24 will feature new commentary team

EA Sports FC 24 will feature new commentary team

EA Sports FC 24 will be released on September 29 and there's word on two new commentators.

EA Sports FC 24 will feature a new commentary pairing, a new report from a reliable FIFA source claims.

The new game will be the first under the new name after EA and FIFA cut ties following a 30-year partnership and the exciting new era was kicked off with an official reveal trailer in Amsterdam last week.

Erling Haaland was announced as the main cover star of EA FC 24, with the Norwegian also one of 31 players past and present on the Ultimate Edition of the game.

More and more details continue to be revealed ahead of the worldwide release on September, including the introduction of women in Ultimate Team and crossplay in Pro Clubs.

And in a new exciting update, it's been claimed that new commentators will be arriving in the game.

For years Martin Tyler and Alan Smith were the broadcasting duo in the FIFA franchise but the pair have not been featured for the last couple of the games.

From FIFA 22 onwards, Derek Rae and Stewart Robson have been the go-to twosome - with former Arsenal and England star Alex Scott becoming the first female voice in the game after being brought in as a pitchside reporter.

All three are expected to be in EA FC 24, however Donk Trading says there will now be a secondary commentary team in the form of Guy Mowbray and Sue Smith.

Mowbray has been a mainstay on BBC Match of the Day, commentating on the Premier League and FA Cup as well as international tournaments.

Smith, meanwhile, played 93 times for England and regularly appears on Gillette Soccer Saturday and Sky Sports News.

Other additions to the game include a Career Mode cutscene of a Ballon d'Or ceremony, which has been leaked online, as well as the return of the controversial 'Shush' celebration.

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Topics: EA Sports, Gaming, Erling Haaland